Two #TeamISG project leads have made it through to the final stage for this year’s Construction Manager of the Year Awards.
ISG has taken possession of the Waltham Forest Town Hall site, marking a key milestone in its ambitious transformation programme, which will create a new neighbourhood and cultural hub on the civic site.
Our global teams have been navigating the COVID-19 global pandemic, stepping up to the challenge of working in new ways while keeping health and safety top of mind.
Seven students from St Mary’s Catholic High School in Manchester recently joined ISG’s team in the region.
ISG, one of the UK’s largest privately-owned companies, delivered its best-ever financial performance in 2019, as the global construction specialist generated £2.6bn in revenue.
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.
Our redevelopment of the Compton and Edrich stands at the Home of Cricket, Lord’s, has been featured in a New Steel Construction (NSC) project profile.
Even during these challenging times, our people have been bringing our ‘Always care’ value to life with the sort of creativity, care and strength in unity that set ISG apart as a business and culture.
Over the last few weeks, the construction industry has risen to the challenge of these extraordinary times, whether mobilising to deliver the new emergency Nightingale Hospitals in record time, or through the donations of PPE and other vital supplies to courageous and dedicated front line workers.
27 March - We are taking decisive action to help ensure our people, supply chain, clients and the public are protected against Covid-19