The beauty of building information modelling lies in its clarity, says ISG head of BIM, Mark Norton.
ISG’s race to replace the wooden cycling track at the Manchester Velodrome has hit the front cover of Building Magazine.
ISG is proud to announce that it has once again featured in The Sunday Times HSBC Top Track 100.
ISG celebrated reaching the highest point of construction on its Walsingham House project, where it is refurbishing a 1930s office building in London’s insurance district for an international client.
ISG sites across the UK hosted activities for Men’s Health Week, which took place from 11-17 June, to help raise awareness of men’s health issues.
Since the opening of the £55 million Bristol Business School for the University of the West of England in April 2017, ISG has been involved in a research project to collect user experiences using photography and social media.
ISG’s World of Work Experience (WOWEX) programme is celebrating its sixth intake of pupils, having supported 78 students from across the North West over the last two years.
ISG is supporting schools in Manchester with a £10,000 donation to improve education and teaching skills.
ISG senior BIM manager, Toby Sortain, shares how a simple idea is helping ISG provide industry-leading customer experience (CX) throughout project delivery, and unleash the potential of BIM post-occupancy, in a feature for online trade publication, www.Bimplus.co.uk.
ISG’s Agility business has secured a project to refurbish the London headquarters of global law firm, Hogan Lovells.