John Sisk and Son’s ambitious sustainability agenda will be encapsulated in its ‘Sisk 2030 Sustainability Vision’ strategy document.
The scale of the Center Parcs Longford Forest resort project in Ballymahon is quite breath-taking. Situated on over 400 acres of woodland, the €233m resort has added an entirely new dimension to Ireland’s tourism and leisure market.
John Sisk & Son has announced the winners of its Supply Chain Awards for 2019 at the annual awards event in Dublin.
The awards are now in their third year and have become a fixture in the calendar where Sisk recognises excellence among its supply chain partners across the business in Ireland, the UK and Europe and shows appreciation for all the great work done together.
John Sisk & Son has become the first contractor in Europe to introduce robotics to construction projects, investing €150,000 as part of its commitment to enhance productivity on its sites and minimise health and safety risks to its workforce.
John Sisk & Son has established a new Engineering Excellence Training Area at its head office in Dublin. The area was officially opened by Pat Lucey, President, CIF; and Marguerite Sayers, President, Engineers Ireland. Through its educational engagement programme, Sisk has been making presentations in schools and colleges to highlight engineering opportunities within the firm. […]
As Sisk tops the Construction magazine CIF Top 50 2019, CEO Steve Bowcott has much to celebrate and discuss including the company’s future plans.
Steve Bowcott describes the Sisk business as a three-legged stool with operations in Ireland, the UK and Mainland Europe all making important contributions to the group.