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Latest News and Media from John Sisk & Son.

  • Sisk and Enterprise Ireland lean into the future

    John Sisk & Son, the Irish based international construction firm today announced it was investing €2.4 million to enhance productivity and expand its operations as part of a company-wide LeanTransform programme, which is supported by the government through Enterprise Ireland.
  • Important Legal Notice

    Quintain Limited and associated companies have obtained a High Court injunction preventing unauthorised access into buildings and building sites at our Wembley Park development. This follows a number of incidents where individuals placed themselves and others in danger. The injunction was sought against one named individual and other unnamed individuals who may seek to trespass in future. A link to download the associated documentation can be found below:
  • Carbon Report sets reduction target

    John Sisk & Son has recently produced its first Carbon Report, covering 2017. In line with our energy management plans the business has set the goal of a three percent reduction year on year in its energy consumption.   Click here for a copy of the report.  
  • 2018 Sisk Supply Chain Awards Winners announced as spend tops €1bn

    John Sisk & Son (“Sisk”), Ireland’s leading provider of construction services with extensive operations across Ireland, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe, has announced the winners of its Supply Chain Awards for 2018.   Sisk spent a total of €1bn with its supply chain in 2018 while the construction business also confirmed it has a total of 5,000 approved and active suppliers and subcontractors on its system.   Commenting after the ceremony, Stephen Bowcott, CEO, John Sisk & Son, said: 

    John Sisk & Son (“Sisk”) and Quintain today topped out the highest point to date at Wembley Park. The building known as Block G, is one of seven in plot E03, set to bring forward some 750 new homes at Wembley Park, the majority of which will be for rent.   Block G will deliver 216 apartments across 139,000 sq ft, and will form part of what will be known as Canada Gardens (plot E03), a key part of the 85 acre regeneration of Wembley Park.  
  • Contractor of the Year Award

    John Sisk & Son won both the Contractor of the Year Award and the Overall Winner award at the KPMG Irish Independent Property Industry Excellence Awards at a ceremony attended by almost 1,000 people in the Convention Centre in Dublin last night.
  • Sisk Living delivers 90 social houses in Tallaght, development is one of largest schemes delivered this year

    Pictured at the event to mark the handover were, l-r: Patrick de Roe, Senior Architect, South Dublin CC, Stephen Bowcott, CEO John Sisk & Son and Norman Higgins, Director of Housing, Sisk Living   Sisk Living, the housing division of construction company John Sisk & Son, has formally handed over a development of 90 homes at Sheehy Skeffington Meadows in Tallaght to the client South Dublin County Council.
  • Sisk sponsored Race Day to showcase Curragh redevelopment

    John Sisk & Son is delighted to be Race Day sponsor at The Curragh on 1st September 2018 to mark the progress being made on the Grandstand it is building at the iconic course. Sisk was appointed last year by The Curragh as the main contractor to construct the magnificent new facilities that are scheduled to be completed in time for the 2019 racing season.  
  • Pre-tax profits at Sisk rise by 73% to €24.7m

    John Sisk & Son (Sisk), the innovative, engineering and construction company with extensive operations across Ireland, the United Kingdom and mainland Europe, has today announced full year financial results for the year ended 31 December 2017.    Performance: Sisk is pleased to report a strong outcome for 2017 in both profitability and business development.   The results reflect a very robust performance in Ireland.  No loss-making projects were reported by the business in 2017.  
  • Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council delivers new social houses under Rebuilding Ireland Programme

    Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council today delivered a further 12 homes as part of its housing delivery target of 1,563 social housing homes by 2021. The homes were designed and built by John Sisk & Son on a brown field site, to a rapid delivery programme.   The prototype development was officially opened today by An Cathaoirleach of dlr, Councillor Tom Murphy, and Minister of State at the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, Damien English, TD.