Contractor ISG has won £70m worth of fit-out contracts in the last two months, including job to fit out five floors of Walkie Talkie
Contractor ISG has won £70m worth of fit-out contracts in the last two months, including a job to fit out five floors of the Walkie Talkie for an international insurance firm.
This morning the firm said the projects included a 140,000 sq ft fit out of the new UK headquarters for legal firm, CMS Cameron McKenna, at Cannon Place in the City of London.
The firm also won an 80,000sq ft project in the iconic Walkie-Talkie building at 20 Fenchurch Street, in the City of London, to fit out five floors for an international insurance and re-insurance underwriting group.
Further contracts included a 63,000 sq ft office fit-out scheme for a global professional services firm in St Peter’s Square, Manchester and a 135,000 sq ft office scheme at the Bedfont Lakes business park in Middlesex for BP.
David Lawther, ISG chief executive, said: “We continue to see sustained growth within the London office fit out market, where we are the clear market leader, and are now experiencing early signs of improvement across the rest of the UK as positive sentiment ripples out from the capital.”