Following a successful partnership with their first project together in Inverness, Arnold Clark, Europe’s leading car dealership, has appointed ISG to upgrade three of its existing showrooms in Glasgow.
ISG, Scotland’s fastest growing construction company, has now commenced works at Arnold Clark sites in Mount Vernon, Royston and Rutherglen, all of which are expected to be completed by the end of the year.
At Peugeot Mount Vernon, ISG will refurbish the showroom and offices, improve the facade by incorporating new cladding and curtain walling, as well as enhancing the thermal performance of the structure and upgrading the building’s external appearance. Whilst the works are ongoing, ISG is providing temporary accommodation for Arnold Clark staff, to ensure that it is business as usual at the showroom.
At Nissan Royston Road, the existing office space will be refurbished and a spare workshop converted into a new showroom for previously owned cars, whilst at Ford Rutherglen, offices will be refurbished, and staff and customer washrooms upgraded.
Currently, ISG is involved in a major, fast-track project for Arnold Clark in Inverness, where the contractor is building a 710 sq m Volvo/Skoda showroom with ancillary accommodation and a 112 sq m valet bay facility. ISG’s performance across this project has resulted in the business securing a second contract in the town – with work due to commence on upgrading the Skoda showroom offices and insulation of the existing spray booths.
Commenting on the wins, Andy Mallice, ISG’s Scotland managing director, noted: “These wins are testament to the performance of the project delivery team and ISG’s ability to quickly forge strong and mutually beneficial relationships with clients. The consistency and quality of our service delivery is what sets the business apart, as is our ability to quickly understand the specific needs and requirements of our clients.”
Combined, the value of the contracts represents a significant seven figure investment by Arnold Clark in its ever expanding dealership network.
Contact: Mary-Jo Devlin