ISG has been awarded a circa £50 million project to build The Oak Cancer Centre at The Royal Marsden in London.
Our science and health team has supported the fight against Coronavirus by supplying our healthcare provider client, Spire Healthcare, at its hospital in Bushey, with a total of 14 critical Fit Testing Kits to ensure life-saving emergency operation procedures have still been able to go ahead.
David Broderick, operations director for ISG’s Engineering Services’ science and health business, features in the leading trade publication, Health Estate Journal, which covers issues facing healthcare estate and facilities management, and engineering professionals.
ISG in Hong Kong is delighted to have received a silver award for the second year running at the 20th Construction Safety Forum and Award Presentation Ceremony, which was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai.
Following the launch of 'Choose safe. Choose health.', ISG in Hong Kong held an annual health and safety charter workshop to promote the latest industry-leading practices across the workplace and construction sites.
Our work at the Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub for Imperial College London has been featured in Building Magazine, a national publication for the construction industry.
What does the private hospital of the future look like? That was the question posed to ISG and a panel of leading healthcare experts at the sixth annual Private Healthcare Summit on Thursday 13 June 2019.
ISG engineering services’ specialist science and health division has strengthened its UK leadership team with the appointment of two new divisional directors.
ISG has made an important commitment to physical, mental and emotional health of its staff as it launches its new health and safety programme.
ISG’s latest scheme with world-renowned higher education institution, The Michael Uren Biomedical Engineering Research Hub, has featured in a recent feature for the industry trade publication, Concrete Monthly.