ISG's history in the North Asia region begins in 1997, with the formation of our business in Hong Kong. Working for local and international customers across a range of industry sectors, we quickly established a reputation for high quality delivery. In less than a decade, we expanded our footprint to Macau, where we continuously build on the strength of our delivery and market-leading services. Our progressive growth in the region forms our next significant milestone, the commencement of our Taiwan operations in 2007.
Welcome to ISG in Hong Kong. Our vision is to become the world’s most dynamic construction services company, delivering places that help people and businesses thrive. This brochure has been compiled to demonstrate our local capability across our five sectors; Offices; Retail; Technology, Science & Health; Hospitality, Leisure & Living, and also Government, Public Sector & Education.Download brochure
ISG is different. Our origins in fit out means we have meticulous attention to detail and focus on the client’s needs and business drivers like no other, and we know that every project is a technology project. Which is why we acknowledge our service offer is equally about fit out, construction, alteration and addition (A&A) and engineering services.
ISG was appointed to deliver fit out works across the 3,000 sq ft royal-styled salon, which comprises a gift shop selling princess costume and accessories, a spacious make-up room, fitting rooms and a studio for capturing enchanting moments of the princesses.Read our case study
ISG made a difference to a grade A commercial building located at the heart of the financial hub in Hong Kong, Alexandra House. Remodelling the top floors of the building into office and mechanical spaces through complex alteration and addition (A&A) and construction works, the operational capacity of the historic building was enhanced.Read our case study
Delivered in two phases across 25 months, ISG completed a highly technical scheme for a biological research laboratory for a world-class university in Hong Kong, which involved a significant volume of mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP), alterations and additions (A&A), technical fit out and structural works to enhance the operational standards and capacity of the laboratory and associated facilities.