Interior Services Group appointed as lead contractor

Interior Services Group has been appointed as the as the lead contractor on data centre project for a global technology customer in the Nordics.

Interior Services Group has been appointed as the as the lead contractor on data centre project for a global technology customer in the Nordics.

The centre is worth around £122m and will utilise the latest in free cooling technology and is expected to be one of the world's most sustainable data centres.

David Lawther, ISG Chief Executive, said: "A year ago we highlighted the growing importance of the data centre sector to the business, following our successful delivery of the £93 million HP Enterprises scheme and our £100 million+ win for Santander. This latest award demonstrates that ISG is delivering on its strategic ambition to be one of the world's leading data centre providers with a global delivery capability."

The share price rose 1.8% to 144p by 11:39.

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