Firm wins £40m of work in Europe and Asia

Contractor ISG has won £40m of work in Europe and Asia as it continues its drive to become a global contracting business.

The firm said it had been appointed to a number of jobs in France including the fit out of the flagship Tiffany’s store in the Champs-Elysées, and a new store for Marks & Spencer close to Charles de Gaulle airport.

It has also won the job to refurbish 365 rooms at the Fairmont Hotel in Singapore and a new store project in Korea with Abercrombie & Fitch.

The firm has also been appointed the global framework partner for money transfer business Western Union.

David Lawther, ISG chief executive, said: “This announcement affirms the success of our strategy to increase international sales with multi-national clients by either winning opportunities locally or by entering into global frameworks.”