With over 30 years’ experience, delivering some of the world’s largest and highly-engineered construction projects for a portfolio of major global technology clients, Simon Caron has been appointed as managing director of ISG’s growing Engineering Services division in Asia.
To commemorate the start of Dementia Awareness Week 2021, ISG’s CEO, Paul Cossell, was joined by the UCL President and Provost Dr Michael Spence and hospital partner University College London Hospitals NHS Trust on Monday 17 May to break ground at the new home of UCL Neuroscience.
ISG, one of the UK’s largest privately-owned companies, delivered a resilient financial performance in 2020, remaining debt free and maintaining revenues at the £2bn threshold, with a record £1.5bn forward order book.
A new report by ISG, exploring the regional variations in carbon emissions produced by the operation of commercial buildings, has found the UK’s built environment needs to reduce its energy consumption by approximately 80% if it is to meet its 2050 net-zero carbon emissions commitment.
ISG has secured a further £48 million of framework wins with the Department for Education (DfE), harnessing its Platform Design for Manufacture and Assembly (P-DfMA) approach, and adding to its £35 million haul of three school wins announced in January.
Insights and accolades; the key takeaways from ISG’s involvement in Social Value Portal’s National Social Value Conference and The Sustainable50’s ‘Build the Future with a CRS Apprentice’ event.
ISG has broken ground after starting work on the construction of state-of-the-art research and development facilities and laboratory space for Dutch multinational, leading paints and coatings business, AkzoNobel
Work has started on the ‘shovel ready’ £17.5 million National Brownfield Institute - putting Wolverhampton and the Midlands on the map for leading the way in brownfield regeneration.
The new £45 million School of Architecture and Built Environment (SoABE) at the University of Wolverhampton has been named by framework provider Pagabo as its ‘best project above £15m’.
ISG’s 127 Kensington High Street project in London was selected for a key technical feature in New Steel Construction’s February issue. The £50m project, a complex refurbishment of the former Pontings Department store building, sees ISG create a high-quality commercial and retail space.