John Sisk & Son has appointed Sinéad Hickey as its Head of Sustainability for Ireland and Europe.
John Sisk & Son has been appointed preferred contractor by Moda for the Great Charles Street neighbourhood in Birmingham city centre, the second Birmingham scheme being brought forward in the Moda portfolio with funding partner Apache Capital. The Ludgate Hill Car Park redevelopment in the Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham includes 722 new homes as well as roof terraces, communal lounges and workspace, and a gym in addition to a new public realm and space for retail and hospitality businesses.
John Sisk & Son has been awarded the contract for the Dunkettle Interchange Upgrade Scheme. The project includes changes to the N8, the N25 and the N40 and links to the R623 in Little Island and Burys Bridge in Dunkettle while also making provision for pedestrian and cyclist facilities.
Sisk FCC Statement re Covid-19 case on Grangegorman, Dublin. “A member of the Sisk team on one of our sites in Dublin has tested positive for Covid-19.
Sisk Group reports turnover of just under €1.4bn for 2019 – Sicon Limited, the parent company of the Sisk Group’s construction and construction-related activities in Ireland, the United Kingdom and a number of international markets, has announced its financial results for the year ended 31 December 2019.
John Sisk & Son marked the topping out of One Wilton Park, Dublin alongside partners IPUT and Henry J. Lyons Architects. This 150,000-sq ft office building, which will be delivered to LinkedIn for fit out in early 2021, has been designed to create a sustainable and conducive environment for its workforce.
Sicon Limited, the parent company of John Sisk & Son has announced the appointment of Dr Rosheen McGuckian as a non–executive director from 1st July 2020.
Sisk has announced that it is to reorganise the business into three primary operating divisions with the appointment of three new Chief Operations Officers.
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. […]