ISG has secured an additional £35 million of framework wins with the Department for Education (DfE) to build three new schools across the UK utilising its innovative standard component design principles.
ISG was delighted to be named Contractor of the Year at the Education Estates Awards 2020, during a virtual ceremony on 15 October, which formed part of this year’s Digital Week virtual conference.
ISG has been appointed to deliver a £7.3m new build school for Manchester City Council (MCC), via the influential North West Construction Hub Framework (NWCH).
The University of Wolverhampton has taken delivery of the keys to another new building on its flagship Springfield Campus regeneration project – opening the doors for the future of brownfield regeneration.
We were delighted to welcome The Rt Hon. Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, to our University of Wolverhampton site, for a crucial government announcement as it pledged £900million to deliver new homes, infrastructure and jobs.
Pupils at the new Cambrai Primary School in Catterick have expressed thanks to the ISG team for its hard work in completing the school project during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Schools in the Vale of Glamorgan area will be given support on how to operate safely when they reopen later this month, through an app designed in-house by ISG originally for use across the construction industry.
Seven students from St Mary’s Catholic High School in Manchester recently joined ISG’s team in the region.
Following a successful three years of partnering with Open Doors, March 2020 will see ISG open its doors once again and give a behind the scenes look at more ‘live’ developments across England, Scotland and Wales, across the sectors of education, hospitality and leisure.
ISG welcomed distinguished guests to celebrate the commencement of construction at the site of the new Norton Hill Primary School. The school, which is set to open in September 2020, will address growing demand for pupil places in the Midsomer Norton area of Somerset, with capacity to accept up to 600 children.