In less than 24 hours six intrepid charity walkers from ISG’s North West of England team scaled the highest mountains in Wales to raise almost £10,000 for Mental Health UK.
ISG engineering services’ specialist science and health division has strengthened its UK leadership team with the appointment of two new divisional directors.
ISG’s Agility team led by project manager, Garry Fairbairn, have completed the construction of the first Urban Cricket Centre for the England and Wales Cricket board (ECB), in association with the London Borough of Waltham Forest.
ISG has secured its latest framework project with the Department for Education (DfE) and Lionheart Academies Trust to create a new community sixth form campus in Leicester city centre.
Our team in the North West of England fired up the competition at the recent Salford dragon boat race to come in ninth and raise over £1,000 for charity.
ISG celebrated reaching the highest point in the construction of the new campus building at Richmond upon Thames College (RuTC) with a topping out ceremony which saw Liberal Democrat leader and MP for Twickenham, Sir Vince Cable, tighten the final bolt on the steel frame.
ISG has secured a place on a third major UK framework in just three months, with its re-appointment to the influential Welsh public sector SEWSCAP construction procurement framework.
Our project at The Garment Factory was named Refurbished/Recycled Workplace winner at this year’s BCO Scottish Awards Lunch.
To celebrate the launch of Datacloud World Congress today, ISG’s chief executive, Paul Cossell, features in an exclusive article with the leading datacentre publication, Data Economy.
ISG has made an important commitment to physical, mental and emotional health of its staff as it launches its new health and safety programme.