Firm expects to hit £80m turnover in 2018
ISG is relocating its Manchester office as it targets revenue of more than £100m by 2022 in the region.
The firm, which will move into its new digs in the Tomorrow Building at MediaCityUK next month, said it already expects to hit £80m turnover this year across its Liverpool and Manchester offices.
ISG is currently building a £39m mixed-use hotel and student accommodation regeneration scheme at Liverpool Lime Street and the £13m, 114-bed Corn Exchange hotel project in Manchester.
Last June, former Carillion project director Paul Munro joined ISG as regional director of its north west business.
Prior to joining Carillion at the end of 2015, he was the north west regional director for John Sisk & Son for nearly three years.
Munro was joined in November by Paul Cook as the firm’s new senior business development manager. He previously spent over 11 years as business development manager at Galliford Try.
The Manchester and Liverpool offices form part of ISG’s wider £200m-turnover UK Construction North & Scotland business, which is headed up by regional managing director Andy McLinden, with additional office locations in Bradford and Glasgow. The business employs almost 300 people.