ISG has secured its first project in the north of Scotland, taking a major contract to build a highly-prestigious car showroom in Inverness for Arnold Clark, the independent motor retailer.
The project signifies ISG’s growing ambitions to the north of the country, closely following the recent announcement of the contractor’s high-profile joint venture with the iconic Tulloch brand.
The fast-track project sees ISG build a 710-square metre Volvo/Skoda showroom with ancillary accommodation and a 112-square metre valet bay facility.
Externally, the single storey structure will feature glass and cladding, and a large atrium will be constructed at the entrance to the showroom, whilst a porous paving show area outside will create ample room to display sufficient used cars.
The project is due for completion towards the end of the year.
Andy Mallice, ISG’s managing director in Scotland, said: “This project is a significant win for the business and further strengthens our position as one of the country’s fastest-growing contractors, in a sector which has not been without its difficulties in recent times.
“Set against the backdrop of the prevailing economic environment, ISG is making major inroads within the Scottish construction market and we are building up a considerable portfolio of high quality projects across multiple industry sectors.”
The Scottish arm of ISG, which is based in Stepps, currently employs more than 70 members of staff.
Notes to editors
ISG Plc is an international provider of construction, fit-out and management services, with 31 offices 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.
For further information about ISG, its companies and its offerings, please visit our website www.isgplc.com
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