Firm picks up leisure schemes and public sector contracts across the UK

David Lawther

ISG has announced a raft of contract wins totalling around £100m.

The contractor has been appointed to build £22m of projects for the Cleveland Fire Authority including four fire stations and a new headquarters building.

It has also been appointed to build a 110,000ft2 Tesco Extra store in Rotherham worth around £19m.

The firm was appointed to a £16.5m job to build a leisure complex in Swindon including a six-screen cinema, eight restraints and a Morrison’s supermarket.

ISG will also build a £9m office scheme in London overlooking St. Pauls Cathedral.

Plus, the firm has already started work on a £16m redevelopment of the New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth, including new education facilities for the local university.

Lastly, the firm has secured the contract for a clutch of smaller public sector schemes across Lancashire valued at around £7m under the North West Construction Hub framework.

David Lawther, chief executive of ISG, said the firm was “continuing to target and convert high quality opportunities” in a “challenging regional construction market”.

He added: “Our focus on securing additional public sector framework appointments and business from repeat customers is proving successful.”