An image depicting the kind of work carried out for Isle of Wight Pavillion
We have been working closely with Millimetre and Níall McLaughlin Architects on a new private project in the Isle of Wight. Located on a £1M+ private residence in the Isle of Wight the project is a new cantilevered steel and copper clad garden pavilion. We worked alongside the team to complete the energy and thermal bridging analysis and air leakage testing.

An image depicting the kind of work carried out for Leeds Beckett CTAR
Leeds Beckett CTAR (Carnegie Teaching and Research) Building is a new £45m, state-of-the-art specialist teaching and research facility that provides a new iconic home for students and athletes from the existing Carnegie School of Sport. Working alongside Galliford Try, we carried out Air Quality monitoring for BREEAM

An image depicting the kind of work carried out for Gorton Mill House
Located in Manchester, Gorton Mill House comprises of a variety of extra care apartments, 43 of which are one-bedroom and 63 of which are two-bedroom. On site they also have a bistro and beauty salon at the front of the building, which will be open to the public. Additionally, a private car park is available with an office, reception and a large community garden. We have undertaken the Environmental Standards Statement, Noise Assessment and Air Quality Assessment on this project.

An image depicting the kind of work carried out for DIY SOS - Homes for Veterans
Our thanks can be added to the many testimonials received on the project, particularly from the BBC’s Nick Knowles and his team, who emphasised the importance of your support on the BBC shows and accompanying interviews, and also via social media. Manchester City Council, Haig Housing and Walking With the Wounded (WWTW) have also expressed their thanks. There is no doubt - we could not have done it without you. Ed Parker, CEO for WWTW, sent us the note below which sums up your considerable contribution to the project nicely: “The last few months in Manchester have been a whirlwind and I am very humbled by the support we have received. You guys have made such a huge difference to people’s lives. Our job is now to maintain that momentum.” Your generosity of time and materials was crucial to the success of this massive project, the BBC’s biggest ever Big Build, and your contributions to the fundraising for WWTW will help the charity in firmly establishing their North West base. With your support, we have raised £5,400 via Barry Corbett’s 10k and a virtual raffle for which our supply chain not only donated prizes to, but also bought tickets for. The project doesn’t end here, we will continue our support for WWTW and are currently liaising with the charity on training and work experience opportunities and the coordination of skills support. Once more, please accept our most heartfelt thanks. We hope you got out of it as much as we did, especially if you watched the achievement unfold on the BBC shows, seeing the reaction of the veterans involved in the programme; Lamin, John, Jack and their families. There were also the unseen works, including getting the site into a position where the impossible could be achieved in two weeks, so for whichever stage of the project you were involved in, you really did play a part in making this happen. We look forward to continuing to work with you in the future.

Danny MurrayISG

An image depicting the kind of work carried out for Tribe Apartments, Manchester UK
The Tribe Apartments, Manchester achieved a BREEAM Outstanding rating after the refurbishment of the 1950's tower blocks took place to transform them into 192 new residential apartments. This development won "The Sustainable Housing Scheme of the Year" award and has won the worldwide "BREEAM Best Residential Development" award.

An image depicting the kind of work carried out for BREEAM Awards
Alongside Rowlinson Construction we succeeded in winning the BREEAM Best Residential Award for the Tribe Apartments, Manchester development. The judges noted the strong commitment from the client and project team, and how the upgrade makes the most of the existing materials and structure as well as opportunities for enhancement.