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ISG appoints new UK head of sustainability

ISG has appointed Jacquelyn Fox as head of sustainability for its UK construction business.

Dr Fox is a former government adviser on sustainability legislation and has worked in implementing the sustainability agenda both commercially and in an advisory capacity in the UK and the Middle East.

A chartered engineer, fellow of CIBSE and member of IMechE, Dr Fox is also an ambassador for Women in Sustainable Construction and Property and a board member of Women in Building Services Engineering.

She was previously head of group sustainability at Barratt Developments for four years.

Dr Fox joined ISG from CIBSE, where she launched the Home of the Future advisory group and worked with government departments to advise on sustainable development and help drive carbon zero initiatives.

She said: “The company is committed to achieving excellence in this important area and has an enviable portfolio of projects, including the Olympic Velodrome and Siemens Crystal, that act as a springboard to inspire and educate our internal team, supply chain and customers.

“We have the opportunity and resource to help define sustainability best practice for the construction sector and influence future legislation, and I am delighted to have been appointed to this exciting new role in such a forward-focused commercial environment.”

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