ISG’s Sustainability Report 2017, published today, demonstrates that ISG continues to help drive revolutionary change in our industry.
ISG’s £10 million transformation of a disused leisure centre into a thriving school in Leeds has been named ‘Project of the Year Over £5 million’, at the Committed to Construction in Humber & West Yorkshire Awards (CCIHWY 18).
ISG is committed to driving high standards of safety for operators working at height, says ISG’s health and safety lead.
As part of its appointment to the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) Contractors Framework, ISG brought together its teams and design partners to drive forward its vision for projects delivered through the new structure.
ISG’s head of quality, Peter East, has provided insight as part of a feature on the ISO 45001 safety standard, the first global standard for occupational health and safety.
ISG’s innovative approach to reducing the production of onsite waste has featured in an in-depth article published by Construction Manager magazine.
ISG’s team in Singapore has taken part in the annual Carnival and Buddy Walk, a fundraising event organised by its charity partner, Down Syndrome Association (Singapore), known as DSA(S).
ISG is working with the Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC) to develop a course which allows students to gain a firm understanding of contemporary construction practice, before continuing their studies at university.
Bradford District Council has appointed ISG to deliver the new £17.5 million Sedbergh Sports and Leisure Facility.
ISG’s Health Services Laboratories (HSL) project, One Mabledon Place, has been shortlisted in the 'Project of the Year (£15m - £30m)' category, for this year's Construction News Awards.