ISG has succeeded in gaining a £32.5m refurbishment project from Birmingham City Council. The contractor will be covering renovation works including Birmingham Council House complex, the Council House extension and part of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
All the works related to extensive electrical refurbishment is put under focus. This is to modernise the building while ensuring public safety too. The contractor was picked through the Constructing West Midlands (CWM) framework.
While ISG has been appointed to handle all refurbishment works, Birmingham-based Acivico will provide quantity surveying, project management, principal designer and clerk of works services.
Works under extensive electrical refurbishment:
- the re-wiring of CCTV, access controls and intruder alarms
- the replacement of carpets and drapery
- the renovation and redecoration of public areas
- the refurbishment of heritage items.
External works will include the refurbishment of sash windows and cleaning to aspects of the Council House’s stonework facades.