Sustainable timber and digital tools key as John Sisk & Son apprentcioes deliver 800 toys to childrens charities
John Sisk & Son’s design and build of Ballyogan Square for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council exemplifies quality passive house standard development, setting industry-leading levels of sustainability.
Paul Brown, CEO, John Sisk & Son, speaks to BARRY MCCALL about the contractor’s new business strategy, how it is modernising its operations to meet future needs, and what the sector as a whole should be doing to encourage more young men and women to pursue careers in construction.
John Sisk & Son has announced the appointment of Ken Aherne, as managing director for its Ireland East business with effect from 01 March 2023.
The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, has welcomed the development of a new €190m Bon Secours hospital in Ballysimon, Limerick, to be opened in 2025, which will create 250 new jobs and greatly expand services offered to all patients in the mid-west.
Limerick Twenty Thirty (LTT) and the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF), part of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA), have announced the creation of a unique joint venture partnership to finance the development of the One Opera Square project in Limerick city centre.
The project will provide a western bypass around Killaloe, a new bridge crossing of the River Shannon and an upgrade of the existing R494 regional road from Ballina to Birdhill.
john Sisk & Son has made a one-off payment this month to its staff in Ireland, UK and Europe to help with rising prices, as people face into winter and the extra costs that it brings.
Paul Brown, CEO, John Sisk & Son, tells ROBBIE COUSINS that he has stepped into his new role at a pivotal moment, when Sisk is taking on more ambitious projects, moving towards being a net-zero without offsets contractor and advancing its goal of being a more inclusive and gender-balanced workplace.
Wayne Metcalfe, Director for Health, Safety, Sustainability & Quality, discusses how Sisk staff are driving change as the company makes rapid progress in its push to be Ireland’s first carbon-neutral without offsets contractor.