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Latest News and Media from John Sisk & Son.

  • Monster lift sends east London tunnelling machines 40 metres underground

    26.10.12
    Crossrail has marked a major milestone in the construction of London’s new rail line with the lowering of a 550 tonne tunnelling machine into a 40 metre deep shaft in east London last  ahead of the start of tunnelling for Crossrail’s eastern section of the new rail line. The delicate operation required one of the largest cranes in Europe to lift the equivalent of 280 London taxis. Perfect weather conditions were needed and the light winds and no rain allowed for Elizabeth to be moved underground.
  • Business Update Irish Examiner 14 September 2012

    14.09.12
    Sisk to sue Poland over road project
  • Business Update Irish Times, 14 September 2012

    14.09.12
    SISK runs out of road in Poland after two years. Company to abandon two projects Suzanne Lynch  Irish Construction group Sisk are pulling out of Poland at a cost of between €50 million and €60m. The decision was taken after it encountered a series of delays and extra costs linked to what it says are intractable and ongoing difficulties with the Polish road authority.
  • Dun Laoghaire Library & Cultural Centre

    30.04.12
    Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council has awarded John Sisk the contract to construct the new Dun Laoghaire Library, Arts, Community and Cultural Centre.  Construction commenced in late April 2012 and is due for completion in January 2014.
  • Coláiste Choilm Post Primary School wins Overall Green Award

    30.04.12
    Coláiste Choilm Post Primary School, Tullamore, Co Offaly has won both the Green Building Award and the Overall Green Award at the 2012 Green Awards.