ISG Takes £3.5 Million City University London Framework Win

ISG has secured its first contract as part of City University London’s capital works framework, taking a £3.5 million refurbishment scheme at the Tait Building in Northampton Square.

The project sees ISG undertake a complete strip out of the building’s ground and lower ground floors to shell and core. The accommodation will then be extensively remodelled and reconfigured to create contemporary teaching space and a new student union, as well as a re-designed reception area and back of house facilities. Major structural alterations include the demolition of internal masonry walls to open out the existing space, with the work carried out while the building’s upper floors remain in occupation.

Alan McCarthy-Wyper, managing director of ISG’s Construction business, commented: “I’m delighted to announce this key framework win as part of City University London’s ambitious development plans. Securing the largest value project currently procured via the framework is an excellent result and leaves us well-placed to play a prominent role as the University undertakes a comprehensive review of its property assets and future requirements.”

Nick Hann; Tel: 07970 275251; Email: nick.hann@isgplc.com

ISG Plc is an international construction services company delivering Fit Out, Construction, Engineering Services and Specialist Solutions, operating in 28 countries worldwide. The company works with owners, developers and occupiers in the public and private sector for an extensive range of industries. ISG Plc was established in 1989 and has been quoted on AIM since 1998. Today the company has a turnover of around £1.3 billion.

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ISG Plc is an international construction services company delivering Fit Out, Construction, Engineering Services and Specialist Solutions, operating in 28 countries worldwide. The company works with owners, developers and occupiers in the public and private sector for an extensive range of industries. Today the company has a turnover of around £1.6 billion.

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