ISG secures £27m brace of leisure centre jobs – Construction Enquirer

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ISG has strengthens its partnership with Alliance Leisure after two projects worth over £27m in North East Derbyshire and Durham.

A new £24m leisure facility to the south of Chesterfield will replace the original Sharley Park Leisure Centre in Clay Cross.
ISG will build a new centre include a 100-station gym, four court sports hall, and 25m swimming pool with six lanes. The facility will also feature a Citizens Advice centre, an NHS suite of services including maternity and children’s services.
In Durham, the Louisa Centre is set for a £3m extensive overhaul and upgrade.

This project will transform the sports hall to create space for TAGactive, climbing walls, cyber towers.
Additionally, a new café and food and beverage outlets will be integrated into the double-height practice hall, featuring two party rooms and a new soft play structure.
This project marks ISG’s fourth refurbishment collaboration with Alliance Leisure in Durham, following successful projects at Consett Leisure Centre, Abbey Leisure Centre, and Peterlee Leisure Centre.
Written by Aaron Morby
15 hours ago

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