Sisk Supply Chain Awards





Ahead of its annual Supply Chain Awards, Sisk carried out research with its suppliers, subcontractors and manufacturers that indicates an upward trend in sustainability awareness and engagement in the construction sector, with 59% of its suppliers having a net-zero and carbon reduction plan compared with just 52% in 2022.


Sisk is also perceived as being further advanced in its approach to eliminating carbon emissions across its business compared with other construction companies (2023: 51%) versus (2022: 45%).

Over 60% of the Sisk supply chain is aware of its 2030 Sustainability Roadmap – Building today, Caring for tomorrow compared with 54% in 2022. Furthermore, 55% believe that Sisk is performing better in sustainability compared to other contractors.

As part of its 2030 sustainability roadmap, Sisk submitted its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). The SBTi drives ambitious climate action in the private sector by enabling organisations to set science-based emissions reduction targets. The SBTi’s Target Validation Team has classified Sisk’s scope 1 and 2 target ambition and has determined that it is in line with a 1.5°C trajectory.

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Paul Brown, CEO, Sisk addresses the audience at The Sisk Supply Chain Awards 2023 at The Convention Centre Dublin.

Sisk Supply Chain Awards

Sisk celebrated its annual Supply Chain Awards 2023, which has grown to become one of the biggest occasions in Irish construction, at The Convention Centre Dublin on Friday, 24 November, with over 900 people in attendance.

The gala ceremony brought its Irish, UK and European supply chain partners together with 200 of its subcontractors and suppliers shortlisted for awards, with 19 winners on the night.

Irish winners on the night included Suir Engineering, Techrete, Duggan Systems, Coady Architects, Breffni Group, Flood Precast, Crean Contract Flooring, Samcon, Castle Modular and Argent Switchgear, and Keegan Quarries picked up the ‘Supplier of the Year Ireland’ award.

Mark McGreevy, Chief Commercial Officer, Sisk, commented, “The research conducted by Sisk indicates very clearly that our supply chain is very aware of the urgency to reduce carbon emissions. This positive development is crucial to us collectively tackling the challenges we face as a sector.

“Our Supply Chain awards help us to advocate for innovation and sustainability, using modern methods of construction (MMC), offsite fabrication and transforming our digital capabilities. The awards give us the opportunity to recognise and appreciate excellence across our entire supply chain. On behalf of Sisk, I congratulate all of our winners.”

Sisk Supply Chain Award Winners 2023

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Ireland East: Techrete and Duggan Systems Joint Venture

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Regional Building: Flood Precast

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Civils Ireland: Breffni Group

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Data Centres: AKEA

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Life Sciences & Technology: Suir Engineering

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Strategic Projects: Neuvo Construction

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Fit Out Projects: Samcon

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Vision Built: Coady Architects

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – Sensori FM: Argand Switchgear

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – UK South: Harringtons

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – UK North: MPB

Supply Chain Partner of the Year – UK Civils: JD Excavations

Supplier of the Year Ireland Award: Keegan Quarries

Supplier of the Year UK Award: Nutral

Health, Safety & Wellbeing Award Winner 2023: Crean Contract Flooring

People & Culture Award Winner 2023: J McCann & Co

Digital Transformation Award Winner 2023:King & Moffatt

Net Zero Award Winner 2023: Speedy

Modern Methods of Construction MMC Award Winner 2023: Castle Modular

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