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    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Building Excellence PORTFOLIO OF PRO ECTS 2000/2010 CMYK
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Energy Civil Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential INTRODUCTION Public RetailFULL SCREEN Energy Civil EXIT Flagship Commercial Industrial Hotels Residential Retail Energy Aviva Stadium Park Place Centocor Biologics Grosvenor House Wembley Regeneration King Edward Court Aghada Generating Dublin Dublin Cork Apartments, Park Lane Project, London Windsor Station, Cork 1 1 1 1 1 1 1The Convention Centre Telstar Microsoft DataCentre The g Hotel Alto Vetro, Dublin Lidl, Dublin Pembroke Generating Station Dublin Paddington Dublin Galway 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 Central Park Kennet Centre Meath Waste Finzels Reach St Catherine’s Court Tesco Warehouse The Langham Dublin Newbury Management Facility Bristol Clifton DIRFT, Daventry London 4 3 3 5 3 3 4 10, Weymouth Street UKCPT Swindon Energy from Waste, Runcorn FlagslshipCoggmesp AIB Bankcentre Analog Devices BV Luxury Hotels London 3 Cheshire rcHtcH Dublin Limerick 5 5 4 Brown Thomas 6 4 4 Travelodge Windfarms Skyline Refurbishment, Dublin Grand Canal Square Earlsdon Park Bombardier 7 Birmingham 4 5 Dublin Coventry Belfast 6 Hilton Chesterhouse, Daventry 7 5 5 9 Mirage, Portishead 5 American Air Museum Rutland House Coca Cola Distribution Bristol Crowne Plaza Duxford Birmingham Plant, Edmonton Birmingham 7 Civil 9 6 7 10 Oakmayne, London Limerick Tunnel Eci M8, Chancery Place Genzyme CitizenM 8 11 cashel Mitchelstown Manchester Waterford Glasgow Derwent Foundry Public 1 Wembley Arena 7 8 11 Birmingham Greystones Marina London Manchester Airport Ground Pfizer 9 Wicklow 13 Healthcare Transport Interchange Cork Block J, Earlsdon Park, 2 Dundrum Town Centre 1 9 Coventry 15 Mater Hospital M8 Culahill Cashel Nisbets, Avonmouth 9 Abbeyfeale Community School The Grand Pier Dublin Tipperary St. Modwen 3 Weston Super Mare 1 Hanover Quay 3 10 Development, Dublin Wicklow Town 17 Oasis Hospital Shanganagh Waste Water NIBRT at University College 10 Community College Dickens Heath Abu Dhabi Treatment Plant Dublin 3 Solihull 2 4 11 Kettering Market Place 19 Bolsover Street Poland Projects Big Yellow 4 The Ritz-Carlton Hotel London 6 12 Rugby Police Station Powerscourt 3 4 A477 St Clears To 21 Colliers Gardens Co-operative, Stoke Red Roses - ECI Motherwell South Marsh Community Spencer Dock Offices Bristol Hub, Hackney 6 4 12 23 4 Quedgeley, Urban Village Scotch Hall Primary Care Centres Bridlewood Primary School 7 Drogheda 5 4 N9/N10 Phase 4 24 Blackrock Clinic Knocktopher Battersea Cattery Guinness Storehouse Dublin to Powerstown London Dublin 6 8 5 25 Whitfield, Waterford Sisk Rail Cork School of Music 9 Croke Park 7 6 Dublin Galway Clinic Crossrail, London 26 8 11
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Flagship Projects Many of the flagship projects featured on the pages that follow have achieved iconic status – either because they are a tangible testament to the client’s economic success, or because of the beneficial visual impact within their context. The extent to which the projects span so many sectors effectively demonstrates the cumulative skills and experience acquired over the last 150 years in Ireland and within the UK over the last quarter century. John Sisk & Son is proud of its involvement in these projects – which are the result of successful collaborations with innovative design teams and visionary clients. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT AVIVA StAdIum dublIn 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Following demolition of existing structures by others, the New Stadium at Lansdowne Road was constructed in a location slightly east of the old stadium, in Ballsbridge, a residential suburb 2km south of Dublin City Centre. The stadium is jointly owned by the Irish Rugby Football union (IRFU) and the Football Association of Ireland (FAI). Ireland’s first uEFA Elite stadium. The project involves: • Construction & fit-out of stadium • Substructure and new underground car park (by others) beneath the new back pitch • Stadium fit-out including construction of entrance areas, premium boxes and presidential suite, offices, media facilities, restaurant areas, kiosks, bars, WCs etc. • New pitch installation including advertising boards, screens etc. • Stadium Management Building for the control of operations at the stadium. The new stadium has an all seated capacity of 50,000 and consists of a continuous curvilinear shaped roof enclosing all four sides of the ground. The South, East and West Stands have four tiers of client Lansdowne Road Stadium Development Company Ltd seating for spectators. The second tier provides facilities architects HOK SVE (Sport) / Scott Tallon Walker for premium ticket holders while the third tier will provide facilities for corporate boxes. value €284m The North Stand comprises of one low level seating tier to reflect its proximity to the residential properties at that end of the ground. FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE ConVEntIon CEntrE dublIn 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The joint venture company between John Sisk & Son and Treasury Holdings was the D&C contractors for the €215m project with an overall 40 month programme leading to a 2010 opening. The Convention Centre will be owned by the Office of Public Works. The striking landmark building was designed by world renowned Pritzker prize-winning Irish architect Kevin Roche. The building is a significant iconic addition to the Liffey scape, joining the Four Courts and the Custom House. At almost half a million square feet (44,000 m2), The Convention Centre is the largest single-use building constructed in Dublin in decades, and indeed the first major public access building since the foundation of the State. The brief was to provide a building with a 100 year life span. The Convention Centre achieved a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’ and is the World’s first ‘Carbon Neutral’ conference venue. The design feature of the 57m high glazed drum contributes immensely to the building’s visual impact. The glazing of the drum comprises 265 panels, the majority of which are 5.2m x 1.5m curved and weigh 700kg each. The development will comprise: • 2000 seat auditorium • Offices & meeting rooms • 2-level basement parking – 320 spaces • 4,500 m2 exhibition space • 22 purpose built meeting rooms • 2 banquet halls client Spencer Dock Convention Centre Dublin Ltd architects Kevin Roche, John Dinkeloo & Associates LLC, Hamden, Connecticut value €215m out of a total scheme value at Spencer Dock of €600m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Finzels Reach project involves the delivery of a £75m major mixed use development which will regenerate the historic and renowned Courage brewery site in Bristol City Centre. The scheme dovetails the restoration of Grade II listed buildings and elements together with sensitively designed new build structures. This approach ensures the character and heritage of the site will be maintained for future generations. The project is delivered as three separate elements under two contracts: FInzElS rEACh brIStol Phase 1: Construction of three residential blocks with ground floor retail units and floating pontoon works. Phase 2: Construction of a further four residential blocks. Bridgewater House: Commercial office block which will be delivered in parallel with the residential works. It will provide 110,524 sq ft of Grade A office space and is also set to be a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ building. Finzels Reach will be a significant new landmark for the city of Bristol. The completed project will comprise 1 million sq ft of development; including 399 apartments, 400,000 sq ft of offices and 87,000 sq ft of shops, cafés and leisure facilities. client HDG Mansur architects Sheppard Robson value £75m 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son has been appointed as Principal Contractor for the development of Plots N09 and N10 on the Athletes’ Village Project. Plots N09 and N10 are 12 and 10 storeys in height respectively, with both buildings combined providing 401 apartments and 2,290 beds which will be completed in Phase 1 to provide Athlete accommodation during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Phase 2 will commence in November 2012 and will include kitchen retro-fit works in preparation for handover and sale/lease of the apartments. AthlEtES’ VIllAgE london The main structures of both buildings have adopted innovative engineering techniques to maximise on-site productivity and off-site manufacture; including 7 concrete cores constructed using slipform construction, precast concrete columns and pre-cast shear walls. Both buildings contain green roofs and have pre-fabricated fully drained balconies. Internally, the quality modern apartments include prefabricated bathroom pods, pre-fabricated thermal interface/ utility cupboards, underfloor heating and acoustic flooring. Batt O’Keefe (3rd from left) TD, Irish client Lend Lease Developments Ltd Minister for Enterprise Trade and architects PRP & Eric Parry Associates Innovation, with members of the John Sisk & Son and ODA team at Athletes’ value £77m Village site October 2010 FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT grAnd CAnAl SquArE dublIn 7
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Grand Canal Square is a stunning new commercial and cultural development located in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands. Designed by the internationally acclaimed architect, Daniel Libeskind (designs for Ground Zero, New York; Jewish Museum, Berlin), Grand Canal Square comprises the construction of fourth generation office blocks complemented by a stunning new theatre and a superb public concourse. The 65,000 m2 project comprises the construction of two 6 storey office blocks (south and north), and a 2000-seater iconic theatre, with common basement to the south office block and theatre. The ground floor of both office blocks is allocated to retail. The office development achieved a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’. Grand Canal Square is a rare opportunity for the ambitious corporation to secure a striking headquarters, with exceptional office accommodation extending from 970 m2 up to 32,700 m2. Communications are exceptional to provide efficient commuter access. The theatre, originally promoted by the DDDA, was recently bought by Dublin entrepreneur Harry Crosbie (The Point). It will be the second major performance venue for the Dublin Docklands, following the re-development of The Point. client Ramford Ltd architects Daniel Libeskind value €180m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 8
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT AmErICAn AIr muSEum duxFord Images courtesy of Imperial War Museum 9
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This spectacular structure was designed by internationally renowned architect, Sir Norman Foster, with structural design by Ove Arup & Partners. The project’s significance was recognised by being awarded the coveted Stirling Prize. The roof design is based on the geometry of a torus and comprised of 274 precast curved panels weighing 12.5 tons each and a further 650 upper units, generating a roof weight in excess of 6000 tons. Loads from the roof are transferred to the abutment substructure by way of an upper and lower ring beam, which is spanned by 14 steel arms, collectively supporting the roof’s total weight. Visitors view the exhibits from a first floor walkway that slopes around the roof’s interior, a functional vantage point that capitalises on the unique design. The South Easterly elevation is made from a 19mm glass curtain wall, which is partly demountable to allow installation and removal of aircraft exhibits. The innovative design and use of concrete construction facilitated economy and buildability with a structure that demonstrates excellent thermal capacity and acoustic insulation. client Imperial War Museum architects Foster and Partners value £9m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 10
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT lImErICk tunnEl 11
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This PPP scheme consisted of the design, build, finance, operation and maintenance of approximately 10 km of tolled dual carriageway and a 2.3 km single lane carriageway, incorporating 675 m of an immersed tube tunnel under the River Shannon and includes 4 major grade-separated interchanges. Starting in 2006, the preparatory tunnel fit-out included the installation of massive Ballast Tanks, Gina Gaskets, Watertight Bulkheads, Sandflow Pipes, Fenders, Access Towers in readiness for the Tunnel Float-Out and Immersion. After two years of dedicated design and construction work, the project achieved a major construction milestone with the completion of the final Immersed Tube Tunnel Elements in October 2008. Following float out and immersion in the River Shannon, the next phases include: • Fit out the five Tunnel Elements – each element weighs over 20,000 tonnes and is 100 m long, 25 m wide and 8.5 m high. John Sisk & Son were part of the DirectRoute consortium • Dredge a 12m deep channel across the who delivered the overall project. Shannon - approx. 400,000 m3. • Build the 6 South Cut & Cover Tunnel This challenging and complex project opened ahead of Elements - approx. 20,000 tonne. schedule in July 2010. • Float out and immerse the Face Tunnel Elements in the channel. • Cast the three North Cut & Cover Tunnel Elements client National Roads Authority architects Capita Symonds / Roughan & O’Donovan Faber Maunsell Alliance / White Young Green value €360m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 12
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT WEmblEy ArEnA london 13
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son was selected to manage the reconfiguration of Wembley Arena, London’s primary live music venue. The refurbished Arena offers improved facilities for its customers and promoters. The project was completed on time and on budget. The Grade II listed building was originally constructed in 1934 for the Empire Games and the £34m, part of a multi-phase project of £200m, reconfiguration project was the first phase of our continued involvement with Quintain on the £3.8bn redevelopment of the Wembley area, consisting of residential, retail, hotel and student accommodation schemes. The arena layout has been reversed with the main entrance now opening onto an exciting new public square and providing the new stage with a covered service yard. The larger capacity arena now provides approximately 12,200 seats, 9 large dressing rooms, hospitality suites, promoter offices, a 200 seat restaurant, a total of 10 dedicated bars, fast food outlets and box office. client Quintain Estates & Development Ltd architects PRP, Tooley & Foster value £34m (part of a multi-phase project of £200m) FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 14
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT dundrum toWn CEntrE, dublIn 15
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The multi award-winning Dundrum Town Centre project was the largest ever commercial development in Ireland and one of the most comprehensive suburban regeneration schemes undertaken in Ireland. The centrepiece is a town plaza, featuring an 18th century mill house and mill pond, restored to their former glory. Incorporated within the 17 acre site are: • 90,000 m2 of retail space • 12 screen multiplex cinema • 23,000 m2 of office space • over 30 restaurants • a 200 seat theatre • 27 apartments • daycare centre and adult education centre. • underground parking for 3500 cars At its peak, John Sisk & Son provided more than 100 management staff and the onsite workforce exceeded 1600. In all, Dundrum was a client Crossridge Investments Ltd 282,000 m2 project. architects Burke-Kennedy Doyle Architects The project was delivered by John Sisk & Son on a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) basis. value €420m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 16
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE grAnd PIEr WESton SuPEr mArE 17
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Grand Pier in Weston Super Mare was destroyed by fire in July 2008 and has been rebuilt by John Sisk & Son. The works included the placement of an innovative composite steel level deck over the pavilion and pier head footprint. There is also a new covered glazed walkway along the waist of the pier topped with a wave form GRP canopy affording covered access to the new pavilion. Access to the pier pavilion was restricted by weight limits on the pier waist and so Sisk used cranes mounted on ‘jack up’ barges to place steelworks and other construction materials. The new part 2 storey, part 3 storey steel framed pavilion superstructure is supported on new tubular piles driven within the existing Edwardian pier structure. The pavilion houses brand new and exciting attractions as well as some old favourites. client The Grand Pier Ltd architects Angus Meek value £25.6m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 18
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT dICkEnS hEAth SolIhull 19
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This prestigious 2 phase development comprised: Phase I (the Market Square) which included the construction of 117 apartments and 26 retail units built in 7 individually designed buildings centred around a High Street. Two underground basement car parks, providing a total of 630 spaces for the future phases planned at Dickens Heath were also constructed as part of this phase. Other facilities provided include a Village Hall, Public Library, Medical Centre and 5,300 sq ft of commercial office space. The design incorporates many different classical features. The façades are ornately detailed and comprise traditional masonry with brick and wet cast stone arches. Further features are provided by GRP cornice details, stone render, balconies, terraces and a combination of aluminium shop fronts and UPVC windows. Phase II (the Waterside) involved the construction of a further 140 apartments and 16 retail units, built in 7 individually designed buildings around a central water feature and cascade leading directly into the tranquil Birmingham to Stratford canal. Constructed off the transfer slab to the basement car park which provides 200 car parking spaces, the buildings incorporate steel frame superstructures with in-situ concrete floors. As in phase I, the ornately detailed façades comprise brick cladding with brick arches, wet cast stone features, GRP cornice details and attractive balconies. All apartments were completed to a very high standard and feature fully fitted kitchens with appliances, bathrooms, en-suites and gas central heating. client Dickens Heath Development Company architects Stephen George and Partners value £60m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 20
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE rItz-CArlton hotEl PoWErSCourt 21
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt offers its guests extensive facilities in luxurious surroundings. 32,500 m2 of building footprint on seven levels in a woodland site is adjacent to Powerscourt House & Gardens, in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow. The hotel is carefully set into the Wicklow hills with the 7th floor stipulated to be level with the adjacent avenue road level. Facilities provided included: • 200 spacious guest rooms, including 107 suites, 23 club level rooms and 17 club level suites, panoramic views and terraces available in many rooms. • Outstanding spa with 20 treatment rooms and 2 private spa suites • More than 900 m2 of meeting space Ballroom and Conference facilities. • 3 exceptional dining facilities, including Gordon Ramsay at Powerscourt, a signature restaurant from the world-renowned chef • 36 holes of championship golf • Children’s activity centre client Treasury Holdings/Ritz-Carlton • Two storey car parks. architects J.J. Toomey & Associates • Ancillary plantrooms and boiler house • Landscaped gardens with water features and helipad. value €142m The extremely high specification interior was designed by Hotel Interior Design (Peter Silling) based in Cologne. The quality of finishes at The Ritz-Carlton is five star deluxe. FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 22
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT A joint venture arrangement between John Sisk & Son and Treasury Holdings Limited was set up with the primary aim of undertaking construction works within the entire Spencer Dock site. The joint venture is absolutely committed to assisting clients to achieve competitive advantage through a flexible and innovative approach to design and construction. The Spencer Dock site is strategically located immediately east of the International Financial Services Centre (I.F.S.C.), approximately 1km from Dublin SPEnCEr doCk oFFICES city centre, adjacent to the Royal Canal. dublIn The development of the Spencer Dock site will include commercial, retail and residential elements, of which the PwC Headquarters occupies 65% of the Block C commercial space. Block C comprised the shell & core contract for 5 adjoining 8-storey office blocks, located over a double basement. The fit-out of the 22,000 m2 signature HQ for PwC was subsequently negotiated by Sisk, consists of Reception Area on the Ground Floor, Offices, Atrium Library / Canteen & Staff Training Areas on the Lower Ground Floor; general office layouts on the Ground, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Floors; Boardroom and Office Layouts on the 7th Floor; Gym on the 7th floor Block C3; Kitchen / Staff Canteen on the 6th Floor C1. client Treasury Holdings architects Mullally Leonard Partnership value €55m out of a total scheme value at Spencer Dock of €600m 23
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Scotch Hall is a landmark mixed-use development in Drogheda. The 78,000 m2 structure comprises 18,000 m2 of retail space including 65 shops, the 108-bedroom four star d Hotel, 3,000 m2 of office space, 80 apartments and a multi-storey car park for 700 cars. The development of the triangular-shaped site presented a number of challenges; it was bounded on the north side by the River Boyne, on the south side by the Marsh Road, and on the east side by a busy commercial area incorporating several listed 19th century buildings SCotCh hAll as well as a medieval town wall, a droghEdA medieval merchants house and various other historically important underground structures. Significant environmental management aspects of the project included the removal of hazardous material such as asbestos and contaminated soils. Significant civil engineering aspects of the project included the construction of pedestrian and vehicular bridges. During the 22 month construction phase we provided 35 management personnel for a workforce of almost 900; during the fit-out phase we managed a workforce of 400. client Edward Holdings Ltd architects Douglas Wallace value €110m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 24
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The original Guinness Storehouse, a grid structure of overlapping girders rising approximately 38 metres to a glazed roof, is believed to be the first major Chicago- style steel-framed, multi-storey building constructed in Europe. Built in 1904, it remained in commercial use until the late 1980s. In 1999, we began work on the conversion of this listed building, a task that necessitated the use of highly skilled engineering and construction methods. guInnESS StorEhouSE The new facilities, which overlook a vast dublIn atrium, were created by cutting out floors and revealing girders, thereby conveying a feeling of massive industrial strength. Some artefacts formerly used during the fermentation stage of the brewing process were incorporated into the new structure: these included a giant copper roasting machine and a pair of enormous 150-year-old American Oak vats. The six-floor 15,794 m2 development comprises a visitors centre; client Guinness UDV Ireland centralised archive; training and corporate facilities; a retail store, and architects RKD Architects three bars: one of these (the Gravity Bar on the sixth floor) is an entirely new, steel-framed circular structure offering panoramic views of Dublin value €22m city and county. 25
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Located close to Dublin city centre, Croke Park was recently redeveloped into a world class 82,000 seater stadium and bears testimony to a sustained effort by the client, the design team and John Sisk & Son as the main contractor. Constructed around and within a live arena, the Sisk management team provided a new facility to the highest international standards, while seamlessly accommodating the client’s seasonal cycles. Developed in four main phases, the CrokE PArk, dublIn stadium was returned to the client for selected weekends in each sporting year to suit the GAA’s games programmes, and each time with increased seating capacity. The complex now offers corporate hospitality, an interactive museum, lecture and conference facilities and hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2003 Special Olympics World Summer Games. client Cumann Lúthcleas Gael Teoranta architects Gilroy McMahon value €165m FLAGSHIP PROJECTS 26
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Commercial Projects John Sisk & Son’s experience of handling large and complex office projects offers clients confidence based on proven delivery and innovative approaches to each project’s unique set of challenges. The range of buildings delivered for the commercial sector truly reflects the diversity of our expertise and the breadth of our clients’ needs. Some schemes demand working in confined space and maintaining access or operation to neighbouring sites, while others represent today’s expectation that sustainability is a key part of the design and build process, reflected in higher BREEAM ratings. Building ExcellenceComm
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Park Place Dublin Situated in the heart of the thriving Dublin 2 business district, Park Place sets a new standard in European office development. This premium, sustainable office environment is specifically designed to meet the needs and expectations of today’s corporate occupiers - an eight storey office development over basement car park, sub-basement archives and plantroom that altogether occupies almost 27,000 m2 and 2,200 m2 of vaulted retail space. The new development achieved a BREEAM rating of ‘Good’. Park Place is laid out in three separate blocks that can be interconnected, but also features three high profile entrance lobbies offering major corporate occupiers ‘own door’ access. client Clancourt Developments architects KMD Architecture value €93m 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Derwent London commissioned the new European Headquarters in central London for international natural resource company, Rio Tinto. Telstar House is a landmark eight-storey new build office block providing an impressive 9,290 m2 of office space. This project very much looks to the future and, as such, the building has been designed and built to minimise its impact on the environment. It offers just 12 car parking spaces and over 200 bike racks, rain harvesting systems, Forest Stewardship Council joinery (using timber from TelsTar managed forests) and PIR’s (passive infra PaDDingTon red lighting), thereby saving a substantial amount of energy. The stunning external façade combines Spanish quarried Caliza Capri natural stone and Italian made curved laminated glass. The project achieved BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating. client Derwent London architects Fletcher Priest Architects & Mountford Pigott Partnership value £21m COMMERCIAL PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son carried out the design and construction of a six-storey new office building on the site of the former Bristol Steiner Waldorf School. It is the first commercial building built in the Clifton area sT caTherine’s courT for 25 years and has achieved BREEAM clifTon ‘Excellent’ rating for its exceptional environmental credentials. The project involved the careful demolition of the old school building, located adjacent to a Grade II listed Cathedral. The challenging existing ground conditions necessitated the use of 199 piles and 32 rock anchors to the 19th Century Cathedral building situated above the site. The 31,000 sq ft office building has been constructed with an in-situ concrete frame, with structural steelwork on the top floor. The roof is standing seam and mastic asphalt. The external envelope comprises stonework, brickwork & render, with curtain walling predominantly on the front elevation. Internal finishes include lifts, toilets, staircases and open office space with raised access flooring & suspended ceilings. client Ashfield Land architects AWW Architects value £8.4m 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The 34,000 m2 new building was designed to provide state-of-the art accommodation for 3500 people, in a bright open plan environment. The structure utilises solar gain and underfloor heating from the large central atrium to provide some heating, and passive chill beams for thermostatically controlled cooling when required. The end result is a fresh and very quiet environment. Substantial catering and dining facilities for up to 5000 people are provided on the ground floor. Self-contained private dining facilities on the 5th floor feature panoramic aib bankcenTre views across Dublin Bay, Bray and the Dublin Dublin Mountains. There are five feature “Jewellery Box” staircases on the outside of the building. These are totally suspended glass box structures that hang from the main internal walls, with suspended stairs. Feature lighting is built into the handrails. The main atrium (50mx70mx30m high) is the focal point of the client AIB plc building, with walkways and balconies on all sides. It also links the architects RKD Architects new and old buildings by suspended walkways on the 2nd and 4th floors. value €94m Regular handovers to the Client were accommodated as a number of business groups were re-centralised back to Bankcentre. These handovers occurred while substantial phases of the work were still underway in adjoining areas but with no interruption to Client business. COMMERCIAL PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This 10 storey design and build project is phase 1 of MCD’s major mixed use development of high quality office accommodation, residential apartments, restaurants and café bars in Coventry. The first 6 storeys of the building house 8,278 ft² of retail at ground floor and a 484 space multi storey car park above. The 4 storeys above provide 66,000 sq ft office accommodation finished to category A standard for occupation by the QCDA (Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency) relocating from central London. earlsDon Park Structurally, the building has a concrete covenTry frame and is clad with a combination of masonry, terracotta tiles, curtain walling, render and ventilation louvres. Externally the works include primarily hard landscaping and 278 highway works to provide access to QCDA and adjacent affordable housing. The scheme is located on a very tight site between Coventry Rugby Club and existing College buildings and is bounded by a main trunk road into the town centre. A BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating has been achieved. Some of the techniques being incorporated include the installation of Ground Source Heat Recovery Pumps to a depth of 200m and natural night time ventilation to aid the cooling and heating of the building. The building also received a ‘Built in Quality’ Award. client MCD (Coventry) Ltd architects BBLB Architects value £17m 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This project involved the the refurbishment of an eleven storey occupied office block. Works to the elevations included replacement of the windows and cleaning the façade. Internally all floors were stripped back to the shell. Category A works included the replacement of four lifts together with the formation of a revised reception area, new toilet facilities on each floor, M&E installations, raised floor and suspended ceilings. The tenants remained in occupation during ruTlanD house the works which included Category B birmingham fit-out to four floors. Additional power, data cabling and specialist AV equipment was installed in addition to roller racking storage, wall storage, tea points, printer stations and quiet/meeting rooms. client Remax Rutland Ltd architects Seymour Harris & RPS value £4.65m COMMERCIAL PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT chancery Place manchesTer This striking high quality commercial new build scheme is in a tight city centre site, located within the heart of Manchester’s business district. It comprises a mix of retail and office space over 15 floors and two and a half levels of basement car parking. Key features include: client Chancery Place Developments Ltd • 750mm diameter CFA piles augured to a depth of 22m below existing ground level architects HKR Architects • the structure comprises post-tensioned reinforced concrete frame • clad with a unitised glazing system to all elevations. value £21m Vertical glass louvres screen the roof top plant whilst visually ‘crowning’ the building. Internally, the open plan commercial space is finished to very high specification with amenity areas faced with natural stone and slate materials. The building is heated and cooled using a four pipe fan coil system with the necessary plant housed in both the basement and on the rooftop.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Healthcare Projects Progress in healthcare sciences is having a profound impact on society leading to longer lifespans and greater quality of life for many citizens. The delivery of modern affordable healthcare facilities is a challenge which John Sisk & Son has risen to over the decades having completed construction on multiple Primary, Secondary and Acute Hospital facilities. The integration of high technology into these buildings is placing greater demands on constructors to ensure flawless delivery and start- up while, in many cases, maintaining all existing facilities in operation without interruption. John Sisk & Son’s continual improvement in training and procedures has enabled the firm to manage the convergence of construction, high technology, patient care, sustainability and environmental concerns simultaneously and without compromise. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT mater hospital dublin Following a public tender process, John Sisk & Son were appointed to carry out the main Mater Campus Hospital Development construction works under a Design & Build contract. The main building works commenced in September 2009 and due to be completed early 2012. New facilities to be provided by the development will include: • New Accident & Emergency Department • New Outpatients Department • 12 new Theatres and ICU/HDU Departments • New Radiology Department • 120 Replacement Beds, 100% of which will be single rooms • Expansion space with capacity for 70 single rooms • New CSSD, Catering and Waste • Management Departments • New Energy Centre • A new 444 space Basement Car Park on two levels • The scale of the project is 45,685m2 with a 20,000 m2 basement over levels client Mater Campus Hospital Development Ltd architects Scott Tallon Walker value e130m 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Situated in Al Ain, UAE, the new hospital consists of one basement level, ground floor entrance level with a feature entrance canopy and atrium and four levels of hospital floor area. Total Floor Area: 30,500 m². The hospital has 128 beds in total. Main Facilities: • Basement: Kitchen, Medical Records, Water Tank, Store, Fire Command Centre, Bldg Engrs. Room, Water Feature Plant, IT Infrastructure Room, Waste Pump, Grease Trap, Body Holding Unit, Main Telecom • Ground Floor: Exam, Observation, Office, Water Feature, Mech., Elec., Medical Gas, CT Scan, Xray, Furure MRI, Biochemistry, oasis hospital Retail, Kitchen, Fluoroscopy, Laboratory, Linen, abu dhabi Staff Garden, Cashier, Triage, Generator Room, MV Room, HV Room, Transformer Room, Waste Room, Reception, Cafe, Urology, Proc. • 1st Floor: Bed, SCBU, L/D/R, OBS, NIHU, AHU Room, Office, Neonatal • 2nd Floor: Bed, ICU, O.R., Recovery Stage, Office, Lounge, Elec., Mech., AHU Room, Endo. Exam/Cons. • 3rd Floor: Bed, Data Room, Plant Room, Sterile STR, Kitchen, Cafeteria, Green Roof, Decontam, Day Lounge, Outdoor Terrace. • 4th Floor: Suite, Lounge, AHU Plant, Hot Water Plant, Elec. • 5th Floor: AHU Plant Room, Chillers (open to air), Lift Motor Room, Roof, Hot-water Plant Car Parking : Total 417 carparks client Oasis Hospital architects Peddle Thorp Melbourne Pty. Ltd Australia value AED 216.5 million (e44 million) HEALTHCARE PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This seven storey building is a joint venture scheme led by developer Ridgeford with Manhattan Loft Corporation. It comprises several floors for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) NHS Trust as well as social and high-quality residential accommodation and office space. The development is a public-private partnership with the RNOH to house its central London Assessment Centre, which occupies the lower ground, ground and first floor. The Assessment Centre offers modern healthcare facilities, including imaging (X-ray and ultrasound), orthotics, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, pre-operative assessment and plaster. Residential accommodation is provided through the rest of the building in the form of 70 apartments – four of which are luxury penthouses, 30 affordable housing flats for Genesis housing group and 3,229sq ft of office space. bolsover street london John Sisk & Son was awarded a prestigious Gold Considerate Constructors Award for the scheme. The site was highly commended for the attention to detail and excellent neighbour relations throughout the project. Initiatives included regular attendance at monthly community liaison meetings and coordinated planning with the hospital to manage and mitigate the impact of a major build programme on continuing clinical operations; including the facility for hospital staff to request a ‘time-out’ if building works needed to stop to facilitate hospital procedures. client Bolsover Street Limited architects HOK International Ltd value £42m 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Colliers Gardens is the flagship scheme of Brunelcare’s Bristol development programme, providing sheltered accommodation throughout the city. The project comprised the construction of 50 very sheltered flats, consisting of five interconnecting blocks of accommodation to ground and first floors and a large lounge dining area. The design is based on a traditional high street, with facilities such as a hairdresser, health centre and launderette with strong signage to provide familiar surroundings for residents. colliers gardens This scheme was awarded the Richard bristol Feildon Award in 2006’s Housing Design Awards. client Brunelcare architects Penoyre & Prasad LLP value £5.8m HEALTHCARE PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Changes in the model of healthcare delivery have driven the demand for primary care centres (PCC) across Ireland. John Sisk & Son have developed detailed knowledge of HSE (Health Services Executive), GP (General Practioner) and other stakeholder requirements for PCCs through our involvement in the construction of early facilities and our broader healthcare experience. John Sisk & Son have recently completed a PCC facility in Mallow, Co. Cork, and are currently working on PCCs in Trim, Mountmellick and Ballyfermot. We have assembled a highly competent team, who bring value and innovation, to oversee the delivery of all PCCs by the company. a) trim primary care centre This 4 storey building will amalgamate two existing town primary care centres centre GP practices into a new 185 m2 contemporary primary care centre. The new facility is located within the a) grounds of a retirement village close to the town centre. The project also integrates 1,700 m2 of accommodation for Health Services Executive including primary care clinical b) support services, administration and staff facilities. b) mallow primary health centre This 4 storey, 2800 m², contemporary PCC facility has amalgamated 3 existing town centre GP practices. The project also integrates 1800m² of accommodation for Health Services Executive including clinical support services, administration, and staff facilities. Other possible PCC’s that John Sisk & Son will construct in the future are at trim primary malow primary Lifford, Greystones, Navan Road, Portumna, and Claregalway. care centre care centre client Barchester Healthcare Castlelands Construction Company architects DMOD PM Group value e1.5m e12m 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This challenging project involved the construction of three additional floors on top of the existing Blackrock Clinic Hospital Building whilst keeping the hospital operational 24 hours a day. The internal works comprised a full fit-out incorporating bedrooms (all ensuite) operating theatres, day-care centre, nurse stations and administration areas. Scope of works also included: • Complicated interface works within the existing hospital building at the basement and ground floor levels along with the existing central atrium area. blackrock clinic • Extension of the existing Energy Centre dublin Building, Restaurant and ICU Buildings. Site enabling works involving the diversion of existing services conducted in parallel to the main structural frame being constructed. All works were carried out within the bounds of a live carpark and hospital building.. In particular there were contingency procedures put in place during all stages of the works so that in the unlikely event that services were disrupted they could be restored immediately. client Blackrock Hospital Ltd architects Campbell Conroy Hickey value e28m HEALTHCARE PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Whitfield Private Hospital is located on the outskirts of Waterford city on the main Cork Road. It has a floor area of 12,700m² and is located on a 5 acre site. The client decided during construction to add an additional floor over the complete floor plate of the hospital. This was constructed and completed for November 2006. The construction of Whitfield and our involvement in the value engineering process led to major savings in time and cost for the Client. The specialist fit outs in the clinical areas whitfield involved some of the most modern waterford equipment available and were particularly onerous e.g. the linear accelerator bunkers are an insitu structure with walls up to 1.5m thick, which necessitated the use of GGBS concrete to prevent cracking. The elevations are a combination of stone and rendered facades. New Build Facilities (9540m²) include: client Eurocare International Ltd • 4 operating theatres • 2 radiotherapy linear accelerators in bunkers architects HKR • 78 Inpatient/Day Beds (14 added post hand-over) value e45m • Diagnostics • Consultant Suites • Dialysis Suite • Very restricted site • Phased hand-over of departments to suit clinical fit-out • Subsequent works in live environment • Phased fit-out of; 14 bed ward; Swiftcare 4 bed ward ; 3 consultancy suites
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Galway Clinic was originally constructed in 2003 as a new private health care facility in Galway City. The Accommodation Wing Extension Project involves the extension of the existing Accommodation Block at Galway Clinic to provide an additional 44 bed spaces over 2400m2 of floor space above the existing facility. There is also a remote extension to the existing Day Care Ward which will provide day care facilities for an additional 8 patients upon completion. The majority of the new bed space is made up of single or semi-private rooms galway clinic all of which contain their own ensuite galway bathrooms.development. The above is complicated by the fact that the existing facility has remained “live” throughout the works. That is, the accommodation floor immediately beneath the construction site has been approx. 95% occupied throughout the project. client Galway Clinic architects CCH Architects value e7m HEALTHCARE PROJECTS 8
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Industrial Projects Work within the industrial sector spans extensive experience with distribution facilities and process industry expertise; while in Ireland, government policy attracted inward investment, supporting the development of both the pharmaceutical and electronics sectors reflected in global client names such as Microsoft, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson. Combining the capabilities and expertise of the UK and Irish operations, John Sisk & Son can offer clients a breadth of experience that instills confidence and accounts for the remarkably high levels of repeat and referral business we enjoy. It’s no surprise that so many leading names entrust their industrial projects to John Sisk & Son. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This major pharmaceutical project comprised the construction, commissioning and hand over of the facility, which is arranged around a connecting spine link corridor that unites the following four buildings: • Manufacturing 10,322 m2 • Laboratory /Administration 7,306 m2 • CUB (central utility building) 3,118 m2 • Warehouse 2,893 m2 into one contiguous operation. The production centre contains three 1,000 litre Perfusion Bioreactors with CentoCor BiologiCs Downstream Purification (Pre -Viral & Cork Post Viral). The finished product is Pre-Formulated Bulk and stored at minus 40˚C . The facility design allows for future expansion to each building as well as the ability to add stand-alone structures along the connecting spine. The four main buildings are located in the southeast part of the site and comprise a total floor space of 24,400 m2 approx. A site WWT and biomass plant is included. client Centocor Biologics (Ireland) Ltd architects Project Management, Blackrock, Co.Cork value €158m 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT New Tier 4 Data Centre development, located in Dublin on an 19 acre site. The project was constructed in two phases with five COLOs (data suites) in each phase. Phase 1 consists of five 13,000 m2 COLOs, 2000 m2 office space, a 110KV substation and associated site works. Phase 2, consists of a further five COLOs of 13,000 m2. Each COLO was fitted out on a phased basis with COLOs 1 & 2 included in the initial works. Maximum power demand is estimated between 60 to 70 MW. MiCrosoft DataCentre DuBlin The structure is predominantly structural steel with a metal cladding envelope and single ply roofing membrane over insulated deck. The 2-tier structure will have data rooms on level 2 suspended slab and associated plant on level 1 ground bearing slab, as well as above the roof level on a galvanized structural steel plant platform. client Microsoft Ireland Operations Ltd architects RKD Architects value €205m INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The project comprised the construction of a 65,030 m² warehouse facility, 2,500m² two storey offices, multi-storey car park for 550 cars and 2,500m² of ancillary buildings, including an MOT vehicle maintenance unit. The warehouse is a 56 bay, 5 span portal frame with a height to eaves of 19.5m. The walls and roof are twin-skin cladding with pre-cast concrete ground beams and dock leveller pits. The warehouse has 97 dock levellers with facility for a further 40, five external scissor lifts, goods-in and goods-out offices, battery charge area and plant rooms. tesCo WareHouse Dirft, Daventry The mechanical and electrical fit out of the project was carried out directly for Tesco and was completed within the base build programme period. John Sisk & Son has completed several other projects for Goodman (previously Rosemound) including three other units at Daventry and the following: Palletforce, Burton on trent 32,500m² warehouse and three storey offices refrigeration depot and cold store, Harlow Multi temperature distribution warehouse incorporating environmental systems including rainwater harvesting, energy saving features and environmentally friendly chilling systems. superdrug, avonmouth Production unit and warehouse. Remediation of contaminated site plus drainage, balancing pond and 1km link road to serve this and future developments. client Goodman architects AJA Architects LLP value £30m 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son has a long-standing relationship with Analog Devices BV since 1983, we have carried out an extensive range of development works at the company’s Limerick-based manufacturing facility. These projects, which have a combined value well in excess of €250 million, include the construction of a number of wafer fabrication facilities and extensions, tool hook-ups, and the installation of clean rooms to Class 10, Class 100, Class 1,000, and Class 10,000 specifications respectively. All projects analog DeviCes Bv were negotiated by John Sisk & Son on liMeriCk a design and build basis. client Analog Devices BV architects Murray O’Laoire Elliott Maguire Partnership value €250m INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT BoMBarDier Belfast 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT To support the Belfast production schedule for the new C Series regional jet programme it was necessary to construct a purpose built wing manufacturing facility. The new 600,000 sq ft composite manufacturing and assembly facility is located on Bombardier core lands, integrating the existing building to minimise the new build requirement. Demolition of some existing buildings and relocation of those products to alternative facilities was necessary to clear and level the site to achieve the appropriate building footprint. The building construction was developed in 3 phases with the Phase 1 Facility (300,000 sq ft) being used for initial build requirements. The Phase 1 Factory included a Low Contamination Area necessary for the manufacture of the Resin Transfer Infusion components and is used for skin, stringer and spar manufacture. The building will ultimately be used as the manufacturing facility once the complete factory has been constructed and will have all the equipment necessary for the manufacturing process. This facility will accommodate over 500 people when peak production is attained. John Sisk & Son also carried out the enabling works client Bombardier Aerospace contract on this project, architects Scott Wilson, Belfast • Creating a haul road • Demolishing existing buildings value £80m • Cut & fill to level the existing ground. • Import 50k m³ of stone to form piling mat • Divert existing storm drain • Supply and install piling scheme as per drawings • Make good gable of existing building INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The objective of the design and construction of building works was to create a new automated storage and retrieval system for Coca Cola Enterprises Ltd. The works consisted of the construction of a high tolerance concrete slab founded on CFA piles which a specialist contractor constructed a 33 metre high racking system. The external cladding was fixed directly to this system. Around 3 sides of the area, a 3 storey CoCa Cola DistriBution office area, fork lift truck transit area Plant, eDMonton and a new 7 bay despatch canopy complete with extensive external works were constructed. All works had to be carried out while the existing manufacturing and distribution plant continued a 24/7 operation. Extensive out of hours working and temporary facilities were provided to accommodate this. The completed facility provided our client with fully automated distribution and storage facilities for up to 23,200 pallets (in excess of 16 million bottles) of their products at any one time. client Coca Cola Enterprises Ltd architects Mountford Pigott Partnership value £12m 7
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT In 2008, Genzyme, located in Waterford and one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies embarked on a project to construct a new office and cafeteria buildings, an extension to the existing QC Laboratory and the enabling and external works associated with the build. The existing Genzyme production facilities continued to operate throughout the construction period. The works commenced in August 2008 and were carried out on a phased basis with the new Cafeteria handed over to the client on St Patrick’s Weekend in March 2009. This facilitated the commencement of the genzyMe demolition of the old canteen building which WaterforD was on the footprint of the new Office. The new QC Lab building consisting of a single storey building of approximate size 1,250 m2 including site development works and refurbishment of existing internal space within the plant. This extension interfaced fully over a full elevation with the existing Lab. The Lab was maintained open at all times during the works. The new Office building consists of a four storey building of 4,500 m2. The office building included the “Street” area which links the new buildings to the older parts of the facility. Other elements of the work included the extension of a carpark, refurbishment of existing office and lab areas within the facility, landscaping and external works. Safety: There were 450,000 man hours worked on the project and all of these hours were worked accident-free. LEED (Sustainability): The Office and Cafeteria building were client Genzyme constructed under the LEED New architects RKD Architects Construction (Version 2.2) programme operated by the US Green Building Council. value €26m The design credits are under review by the USGBC at time of writing. The team are aiming for the Gold standard within the rating system. INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS 8
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Our relationship with Pfizer All projects were managed by our dates back to 1973, and we Cork-based specialist team, and delivered have been working with them to world-class pharmaceutical industry almost continuously ever since. standards within an agreed programme At the Pfizer manufacturing and within budget. plant in Ringaskiddy, Cork we Recent projects at Pfizer’s Newbridge, have completed more than Co. Kildare site include BZA/CE-PNP 40 projects, with a combined Project – Value €104 million contract value of approximately €461 million. Total projects to date on Newbridge site are valued at €240 million Recent projects at the Ringaskiddy site included the Recent projects at Pfizer’s Grangecastle, construction of the: Co. Dublin site include Drug Substance Pfizer building, main warehouse and associated • Five-storey 10,000m2 OSP4 Cork utilities – value €76 million. building: contract value €41 million • Five storey 8,000m2 OSP3 building: contract value €12.5 million Throughout, we operated as part of a multi-disciplinary team of building, electrical, mechanical, and process contractors, providing services including safety management, quality management, co-ordination and integration of disciplines, schedule management, cost monitoring, commissioning and qualification. Contractually we fulfilled many different roles right up to full ‘Construction Management’. client Pfizer Ireland Pharmaceuticals location value facility type Ringaskiddy €55m API architects RKD Architects, McCarthy Lynch Partnership Loughbeg €35m Tabletting value €135m Inchera €6.6m Warehouse & Office Facilities Loughbeg €4.5m CB1 Annex Grangecastle €76m Drug Substance & Warehouse Buildings & Associated Utilities Ringaskiddy €3m SEG Upgrade Newbridge €104m Tabletting Expansion Loughbeg €3.5m Continuous Wet Granulation
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Design and Build project to deliver a 50,000m warehouse and office facility for this catering and janitorial supplier Design challenges included a requirement to provide a 60m clear span and engineer racking with leg loads over 90KN. John Sisk & Son proposed and implemented a range of innovative engineering proposals to accelerate the build programme and reduce build cost, including:- • Use of a CAB (Clean Air Blanket) system in lieu of traditional vented gas nisBets, avonMoutH membrane below the ground floor slab st. MoDWen • Use of large bay steel fibre reinforced concrete suspended ground floor steels and external yard slab • Optimisation of slab and supporting pile layout to dramatically reduce number of piles needed • Use of composite roof sheets in place of traditional built up system Other projects John Sisk & Son has delivered for St Modwen include: Quinton Business Parks, Birmingham One 3 storey and two 2 storey office buildings, circulation roads, block paved parking, site drainage and balancing ponds. longbridge office Development, Birmingham Two landmark office blocks totalling 6.500m² as the first stage of the redevelopment of the former Rover works complemented by extensive soft and hard landscaping. client St Modwen Developments Ltd screwfix Direct, yeovil architects Roberts Gardner Ltd Demolition of existing warehouse unit value c. £10m and construction of three and four storey office accommodation with associated external works phased to facilitate continuing operations. INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS 10
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) is a world- class institute that provides training and research solutions for the bioprocessing industry in state of the art facilities. NIBRT is located in Dublin, Ireland and is based on an innovative collaboration between University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University and Institute of Technology Sligo. NIBRT which is part funded by the IDA Ireland, has a remit to support the development of the existing bioprocessing niBrt at university industry in Ireland and to attract additional College DuBlin bioprocessing companies to Ireland by: Training highly skilled personnel for the bioprocessing industry. Conducting world-class research in key areas of bioprocessing. Providing a critical mass of multipurpose bioprocessing facilities. This project entailed the construction of the two storey, 6,000m², bioprocess simulated GMP pilot plant, laboratory, training and office facility, including receipt of free issue process equipment and a novated automation contract. The facility features: client NIBRT • Manufacturing 10,322 m2 architects Jacobs & PM • Suite of bench-scale bioreactors for training activities; • Suite of bench-scale filtration and chromatography systems for training activities; value €13.5 million • Upstream pilot plant bioprocessing suite to 150L operated • Downstream pilot plant bioprocessing suite operated • Bioanalytical suite supporting the research and training activities • All of the above are operated under ‘GMP-simulated’ conditions • Extensive research laboratories including ‘world-leading’ analytical technologies
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This 16 week project involved the fit out of a new warehouse and offices of Sants Pharmaceutical Distribution Ltd – part of the Co-operative Group to create their new National Distribution Centre. The works comprised the following: • Full office fit out – including partitions lighting and associated electrical works • Fitting of full sprinkler system and warehouse heating and cooling • Installation of fully automated racking system, conveyors and packaging machinery John Sisk & Son has subsequently been awarded the £13.8m fit out of Co-operative Retail Ltd’s new warehouse office facility in Motherwell which will support their distribution network throughout Scotland. Co-oPerative stoke Big yelloW MotHerWell John Sisk & Son has designed and built a number of self storage warehouses at various locations including Fulham, Sheen, Twickenham, Gloucester and Bristol for the Big Yellow Brand. The works consist of storage facilities with associated offices, retail space, external works, landscaping services and access roads. The units feature steel frontal frames up to 14m high clad in a combination of brickwork, render and curtain walling matched to corporate colours. Basements up to 6m deep have been constructed – involving extensive ground and groundwater remediation and diversion of mains services – including a 1200mm sewer and culverted river. Big yellow Co-operative client Big Yellow Co-operative Group architects Mountford Pigott Partnership RPS value Up to £5.5m £2.6m INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS 12
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Hotel Projects With a wealth of experience in the hotels sector, whether at the premium end, a boutique hotel or for hotel groups with multiple sites, John Sisk & Son can bring relevant experience to bear on almost any project. Equally accomplished in Design and Build or refurbishment, we understand the need for on-time completion and phased hand-overs, just as we recognise the challenges associated with listed buildings or environmental stipulations. John Sisk & Son can also offer experience in all traditional building methods plus modular build concepts from simple bathroom pods to bedrooms that are fully manufactured and fitted-out in a dedicated factory prior to on-site assembly. The standards of our build quality and the strength of our project management skills are hallmarks of the Sisk name and have contributed to our enviable position within this competitive sector. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Grosvenor House ApArtments, pArk LAne 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son is currently carrying out the refurbishment of the south block of the Grosvenor House building located on Park Lane in London. The project comprises the fitting out of levels 2-8 of a former hotel building including works at roof and ground floor levels, works to the internal courtyard facades, installation of new lifts and associated mechanical and electrical works, all in accordance with a six star standard. Floors 2-8 will be divided into 133 apartments which will include fully fitted kitchens and bathrooms. The main reception and back of house areas will be located on Level 2. The internal courtyard will form the focal point of the development where guests will be able to meet and relax with friends and associates. A full service bar and restaurant will also be located within the internal courtyard. The lower part of the south block contains function client Park Lane Properties Ltd rooms including the largest ballroom in Europe, architects Woods Bagot lobbies and restaurants all of which are run and operated by the Marriot. These levels will remain in value £85m full operation for the full duration of the works. HOTEL PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The iconic 5 star g Hotel was the brainchild of client, Gerry Barrett (Edward Holdings). Lead designers were Douglas Wallace Architects, working with the world famous milliner, Philip Treacy. This was Philip’s first collaboration on hotel design in which he wanted to give the client an end product which would truly stand out from the crowd. Weekly meetings were held to develop details, incorporate new materials, ideas and the “x” factor which makes the hotel unique. One fulsome quote from an interior magazine notes “a combination tHe g HoteL, GALwAy of incredible finishes and a unique use of space that architects will try to copy for years to come”. Following the demolition of existing warehouses client Edward Holdings over a 3 acre site, during which a number of architects Douglas Wallace Architects adjacent units remained fully operational and open to public access, this phased development value €65m totalling 68,000 m2 included: • 14 retail units • 100-bedroom hotel shell • 9-screen, state-of-the-art cinema • 2000 m2 spa for ESPA • underground car park
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This prestigious project involved the refurbishment of 215 bedrooms over nine levels of the South and West wings of the Langham Hotel to create four new styles - Deluxe, Executive, Langham and Junior suites. By stripping these areas down to an empty shell, it was possible to completely reconfigure the bedrooms and create the larger bathrooms sought after by hotel customers. As well as upgrading the rooms, all of the associated services have also been tHe LAnGHAm overhauled. This included replacing or London upgrading bathroom extraction fans, installing a new air handling unit for the corridor ventilation and adding condensers for the new room air conditioning system - all of which add to the comfort experienced throughout the hotel. The works were carried out whilst the North and East wings were still trading; therefore, a high level of control was required to ensure the business of the hotel was not unduly affected by refurbishment works. client Great Eagle Hotels (UK) Ltd architects Formation Architects value £20m HOTEL PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Luxury HoteLs 5 a)
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son has an acknowledged expertise in the design and delivery of landmark luxury hotels – be they city centre or country house properties, new build or refurbishment of historic buildings. Sisk has the skills and expertise to realise the visions of brand owners and developers and provide the highest standard of accommodation for guests. b) d) c) Examples shown here are: a) marriott County Hall, London Conversion of the former GLC headquarters on behalf of Whitbread plc. b) Four seasons, Canary riverside, London Design, build and fit out by John Sisk & Son. c) InterContinental London, park Lane Refurbishment, with phased handover to facilitate a return to trading as early as possible. The Hotel now has 447, 5-star quality bedrooms and suites. d) royal Garden Hotel, kensington, London Complete internal and external transformation with redesigned cladding and curtain walling, reconfiguration and refitting of all floors and facilities. e) Bowood House Hotel 43 room country house hotel and spa. e) HOTEL PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT trAveLodGe 7
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Recent projects: travelodge, Lancaster Located in the historical heart of Lancaster city on the main A6 trunk road to Morecambe, this project involves the design and construction of a six storey mixed use development with retail at ground and first floors and a 115 bedroom Travelodge hotel at 2nd to 5th floor. travelodge waterloo road, London John Sisk & Son successfully completed our fourteenth Travelodge Hotel on Waterloo Road, London. With 279 bedrooms, a bar cafe and 150 seater restaurant, it is one of Travelodge’s largest hotels and is its 400th hotel to open in the UK. The hotel is on a very tight city centre site, close to the Old Vic Theatre. The development by Pickering Properties includes basement offices as well as the hotel. travelodge, City road, London This London flagship 392-bedroom hotel was delivered on budget and three weeks ahead of schedule, magnificently transforming Lowndes House – a Grade II Listed building – which was once the headquarters for the sewing machine giant, Singer. John Sisk & Son embraced the challenge of stripping From 1998 to date John Sisk & Son has parts of the building back to their original structure in created close to 3,000 new Travelodge order to accommodate the bedrooms, while retaining bedrooms on 15 separate projects the building’s essential identity and grandeur. In other throughout the UK. areas, our skilled team restored the listed timber panelled meeting rooms to their former glory. They have ranged from complete new builds and extensions, to conversions and A new seven storey concrete and Metframe structure refurbishments. was linked to the rear of Lowndes House to complete one of the hotel chain’s largest and most All of the hotels opened on time, and were ambitious ventures to date. completed to Travelodge’s exacting standards. John Sisk & Son has worked with Travelodge to increase the efficiency of the construction process, and introduce off site production where possible, thus allowing us to speed up construction and delivery of the hotels. HOTEL PROJECTS 8
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Hilton Hotel Group has been one of John Sisk & Son’s longest established clients in the hotel sector. Our first project was to build the 165 bed Hilton National at Croydon. This was followed by the extension of the Hilton Leeds, providing new restaurants, a leisure centre and indoor pool. In 2001 John Sisk & Son was selected to complete a 233 bedroom extension and new executive lounge for the busy Hilton Hotel at Gatwick Airport. The new executive rooms increased the number of HILton rooms to over 800 making it the largest airport hotel in Europe. Continuing the airport theme Sisk is currently building a new 375 bedroom Hilton near Heathrow Terminal 5 for Shiva Hotels, and work is now underway on the new 385 Bed Hilton alongside Wembley Stadium for Quintain Estates & Development. client Hilton Group architects The Manser Practice value £21m 9
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son successfully completed the refurbishment of the 4 star Crowne Plaza Hotel in the heart of Birmingham for Centre Island Limited. Completed in 55 weeks with 13 sectional handovers, the hotel remained operational whilst the refurbishment works were undertaken. To limit the impact on hotel staff and residents, work to the 312 bedrooms had to be competed and returned to the hotel every month. In additional to the bedroom refurbishments, the project also included Crowne pLAzA the full fit out of a new restaurant, bar, BIrmInGHAm kitchens and reception on the ground floor, with new conference facilities on the 1st floor level. New staff office space was also provided on the mezzanine level. Externally the building’s facade received a mixture of new render and flat panel aluminium and GRP cladding in addition to the new feature entrance. client Centre Island Ltd architects KKA value £15m HOTEL PROJECTS 10
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT CItIzenm GLAsGow 11
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son has successfully integrated modular bedrooms to complete a 198- bedroom hotel in Glasgow city centre for innovative hotel company citizenM’s first UK location. The combination of Sisk’s in-depth hotel market knowledge and modular production efficiencies saw the scheme delivered using off-site construction techniques. The hotel was constructed off piled foundations in the theatre district of Glasgow. A two storey steel frame is supported off pile caps to form a podium slab at second floor level. Six floors of modular bedrooms, linen rooms, lift cores and stairwells were manufactured off site and then installed on top of the podium. The ends of each of the 198 bedroom modules were fully glazed before delivery. The building is clad in a mixture of stone rainscreen and metal cladding to complement the extensive glazing requirements that are a feature of the citizenM brand. The modular construction method can deliver many benefits over traditional building methods, including lower project cost, earlier completion time and improved quality and environmental building performance. Inside the hotel, electronic kiosks offer self service check in/out instead of a reception desk. All rooms are doubles with super sized beds, power rain showers and feature a moodpad, controlling all the functions of the room – from temperature client citizenM to the colour of the lighting. architects Keppie value £12.9m HOTEL PROJECTS 12
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Residential Projects John Sisk & Son has successfully completed a large number of residential projects in both the UK and Ireland. Projects such as our ongoing work with Quintain in the massive re-development around the new Wembley Stadium, the 600 apartments in the major mixed development at Dublin’s Spencer Docks, and the award winning Weymouth Street and Bolsover Street developments demonstrate the diversity of our residential work. John Sisk & Son has established a strong reputation for working closely with clients’ design teams to deliver value-engineered, innovative buildings finished to the highest quality standards. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Wembley RegeneRation PRoject, london 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Following the successful redevelopment of Wembley Arena, John Sisk & Son has been awarded a number of projects as part of the £3.8bn Wembley City Regeneration Scheme for Quintain Estates & Development Ltd. Forum House (Wembley W01) consisted of the design and construction of 286 quality, modern apartments. The complex has basement car parking, community and retail areas and features a landscaped public open space to the central courtyard area. Prefabricated bathroom pods were installed and an under floor heating system is provided from a central plant system within the basement. Also included is an underground rubbish removal and disposal system. Quadrant Court (Wembley W04), located opposite Forum House, was completed in late 2009. This project involved the construction of 234 apartments for mixed private and affordable use, together with a primary health centre to meet local needs. On the ground floor there is a retail unit, over a basement car park. John Sisk & Son has been awarded a number of international, national, and community awards for this project, delivering excellence in construction, safety and sustainability. The British Safety Council selected Wembley W04 for an International Safety Award for Sisk’s positive safety culture and emphasis on safe and healthy working practices. The project was also awarded a Bronze Considerate Constructors Award and was particularly commended for the cleanliness, environmental and safety aspects of the site. Continuing in success, Quadrant Court won Best Social and Affordable Housing and Best Sustainability project in the LDSA (London District Surveyors Association) Building Excellence Awards 2010 in recognition of their high standards of construction and workmanship. The most recent contract awarded to John Sisk & Son is the mixed use Wembley W05 scheme, comprising of student accommodation and a Hilton Hotel. The Hilton hotel will comprise 375 rooms and will be completed in time for the 2012 Olympic Games. Nearby Wembley stadium is the venue for the football events. The Student Accommodation will provide 600 units. client Quintain Estates & Development Ltd architects PRP, Tooley and Foster value £210m to date RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT alto vetRo dublin Situated on Grand Canal Quay Dublin, the site footprint was only 6m x 19m, yet the client utilised it to the fullest extent to build a 16 storey landmark residential block on the corner of Pierse Street and Barrow Street. All apartments have a spectacular view over the Grand canal to the East and Dublin mountains to the West. Measuring 2,800m² over basement, the project comprises: • Ground Floor – 2 Retail Units; • Floors 1 to 12 - 2 Apartments on each floor; • Top three floors - 2 Triplex Apartments. The work includes load bearing piles to the basement with contiguous piles The construction of Alto Vetro was very demanding due to the round the outside of the building. The confined site. Two sides of the site were directly bordered by busy frame is steel, which is fully fireproofed. roads while the third side was bordered by the canal. Laydown The entire envelope is glazed with space was at a premium so all construction activities had to be a stone band at every level. There planned to the final detail to ensure the project was constructed as are 2 balconies on each floor. Floor per programme and in a safe manner. finishes involve tiling and impact sound attenuation membrane throughout. The campshire area was refurbished - approx. 600m². client Coolred Ltd (Treasury Holdings) architects Shay Cleary value €10.2 million 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Central Park is a mixed Residential and Commercial Development in Leopardstown, Co Dublin. The project consists of 275 apartments in 2 blocks, over a double and triple basement. These Blocks vary in height from 9 to 16 storeys above a transfer level. The apartments are a mix of 1, 2 & 3 bed units, including 2 & 3 bed duplexes and Penthouse apartments. The finishes to the apartments are to the highest standards, with timber floors, tiled lobby’s, carpeting, granite worktops to fully fitted kitchens and timber decking to glass balustraded balconies . The ventilated Basement provides 530 car parking spaces. Commercial Space of 2,868m² across the two blocks is also included in the development. Externally the buildings are clad with a carefully selected range of durable, high quality materials. The predominant material is a flame textured natural granite with contrasting vertical panels of polished white reconstituted stone, extensive full height glazing, feature elements of red sandstone and centRal PaRk insulated render. dublin External boulevards are paved with granite flags, with interspersed landscaped areas client Devano Developments Ltd architects Henry J Lyons & Partners value €125m RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This striking residential development, to the rear of RIBA’s offices, comprises a total of 29 luxury apartments. The build added 8 new apartments and 4 new penthouses, with the 6th floor penthouse offering panoramic views of London. The building is dressed in a bespoke brass rainscreen cladding system, which not only makes it stand out visually, but was installed in its raw milled finish so natural patination occurred removing the need to artificially finish the panels. 10 Weymouth StReet The internal fit out comprises state of london the art finishes, which combines with the further use of brass and glass to provide external terraces and projecting ‘pod’ structures from the various faced lines adding extra external space. There has been a refurbishment of the existing 17 apartments and a significant redesign and fit out of the core areas, which includes the reception and lifts. Ground source heat pumps and Green Roofs have been used to achieve an excellent sustainability profile for the development. client Ridgeford Properties Ltd architects Make Architects value £9m 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Skyline This project in the centre of Birmingham delivered 258 apartments in six separate biRmingham blocks of 6 and 5 storeys around a hard landscaped courtyard for car parking. Initial operations included service diversions, demolition and ground improvement. The buildings are constructed in reinforced concrete with post-tensioned floor slabs up to terrace level. The final floor of apartments is constructed using a timber frame. The envelope is brickwork and glazing with a Metsec system for the inner skin of the external wall. Electric panel heating is provided and the kitchens are fully fitted including white goods. The apartments were progressively handed over during the project to facilitate early occupancy. client Barratt Homes Ltd architects Weedon Partnership value £24m RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT miRage, PoRtiShead The Mirage project comprises a nine- bRiStol storey development at the head of Portishead Marina, comprising 55 high specification apartments, two commercial units and associated parking. The building consists of an in-situ reinforced concrete flat slab frame, founded on pre-cast driven piles with reinforced concrete pile caps and ground beams. The external envelope is formed by Metsec framing infill panels with an insulated ‘through colour’ render system. Internal division walls are drylined with MF ceilings and screeded floors on 25mm insulation. client Westmark Developments Ltd architects Holder Mathias Architects plc value £9m 7
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The scheme comprised the construction of two residential blocks in Elephant & Castle. One comprising seven floors which provides 25 apartments of affordable housing. The second with ten floors providing 10 live/work units and 88 flats, many of which will have the use of their own private balcony/terrace. A basement car park was constructed under the buildings and landscaped areas covered virtually the whole of the site. External works comprise of hardstanding, pedestrian pavings and soft landscaping which completed the development. oakmayne london client Oakmayne Properties (E&C) Ltd architects CZWG value £14m RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS 8
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This second phase of MCD’s major mixed-use development in Coventry delivers 30 two bed and 11 one bed affordable apartments for Mercian Housing. The 6 storey building has a timber frame which is brick clad and rendered with a mixture of zinc metal and single ply for the roof structure. The project also includes the installation of kitchens with white goods to the apartments and full finishes to the communal areas and reception area. John Sisk & Son exceeded the client’s expectations for value for money and performance and met the architect’s aspirations for quality and aesthetics through a variety of means, generating considerable cost savings as a result of design developments. deRWent FoundRy block j, eaRlSdon PaRk biRmingham coventRy The project transformed an existing Grade II listed foundry building into 98 apartments. Located just off St Paul’s Square in Birmingham, the one and two bedroom apartments are contained within 5 blocks arranged around two central courtyards. derwent Foundry earlsdon Park The development has successfully combined traditional and modern aspects, retaining many of the original features, with the sensitive design conforming to the requirements of the Grade II client MCD Developments Ltd MCD (Coventry) Ltd listed building. architects PCPT BBLB The apartments, duplexes and penthouses are fully fitted out to a high standard, with luxury value £9m £3.1m fixtures and fittings throughout. The basement provides car parking for 68 vehicles. The external areas consist of paved areas and soft landscaping to the open courtyard areas. 9
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Hanover Quay is a mixed residential and commercial development comprising 295 apartments; 4,500m2 offices; 500m2 retail space; a crèche, and a pub/restaurant. Procurement was by tender to the Dublin Docklands Development Authority, with the design novated. This project received the Irish Property Awards ‘Residential Development of the Year Award’ in 2004. hanoveR Quay develoPment, dublin client Dublin Docklands Development Authority Park Developments (Dublin) Ltd John Sisk & Son architects O’Mahony Pike Architects Ltd value €100m RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS 10
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Retail Projects John Sisk & Son’s clients can benefit from our experience in delivering high end retail stores and leisure complexes in major cities; individual stores for major retail clients; and out of town and brown field retail developments. Many of the retail projects John Sisk & Son has completed are part of larger mixed development schemes where Sisk’s wide range experience of delivering complex projects can be critical for success. It’s no coincidence that many past clients appoint Sisk again for subsequent projects based on the quality of work, strength of working relationships and an unrelenting focus on delivery. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This scheme comprised of the construction of a new Waitrose store, a 113 bedroom Travelodge hotel and a further 4 retail units plus café bar. A new Shop Mobility unit was provided as part of minor modifications to the existing multi-storey car park. John Sisk & Son’s skilled team ably rose to the challenge of working on a site that is surrounded by public highways on three sides and a car park on the fourth, with a public road passing right through its middle. King Edward Court Opened by the Queen in February windsor 2008, the new buildings and landscaping seamlessly marry up to the existing shopping mall and have made an impressive addition to the area. client Analytical Properties Ltd architects Elsworth Sykes Architecture Ltd value £22.6m 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son have always built their business around solid client relationships where each project offers an opportunity to further innovate and add value. No where is this more evident than in the retail sector and the relationship we have developed with Lidl since 2000. In that period John Sisk & Son have carried out 48 projects, which in the main have been new build stores (35) but also includes refurbishments, extensions and a distribution depot. Not only are these projects very competitively bid, the schedules are aggressive and usually LidL, duBLin range 14-18 weeks from start on site to completion. The contract models used have varied from traditional to design and build.The ability of Sisk to provide nationwide coverage with experienced personnel has proven to be a key benefit to Lidl. Projects delivered for Lidl; 2000 - Cavan, Mullingar, Portlaoise, Shannon, Youghal, Distribution Centre - Newbridge. 2001 - Togher, Fermoy, Roscrea, Nenagh, New Ross, Edenderry, Arklow, Killarney. 2002 - Midleton, Donegal Town, Thurles, Tipperary. Tullamore. 2003 - Monaghan, Ballyowen, Newcastlewest. 2004 - Cashel. Longford. 2005 - Maynooth. Castlerea. 2006 - Tuam, Carrick-on-shannon, Ardee, Carrickmacross, Arklow, Castletroy, Fortunestown & Deansgrange. 2007- Waterford, Drogheda, Carrigaline. Killarney 2008 - Kanturk, Dungloe, Ballincollig, Portlaoise, Fonthill Road 2009 - Caherdavin 2010 - Navan, Carrickfergus (NI), Shannon, Galway RETAIL PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Swindon’s first major retail development in ten years involves the demolition and reconstruction of the Parade Shopping Centre. The main works commenced with a stage 3 asbestos survey of an existing Bhs store in Swindon’s main shopping area. The existing building has been demolished to be replaced with 80,000 sq ft of retail space. This comprises a new 45,000 sq ft Bhs store, flagship stores for Topshop and River Island along with four additional retail units. The project has section completions to allow early access for fit out of the retail units. KEnnEt CEntrE uKCPt swindon nEwBury The project extends the existing Kennet Shopping Centre to provide 5 ground floor restaurant units facing onto a new mall along with ancillary facilities. The first floor provides the centre with a 7 screen, 1000 seat VUE cinema. The combined gross construction area totals 6000m². Kennet Centre uKCPt The structure is a steel framed construction, on piled foundations. Major service diversions were required to allow demolition and foundations to complete. The envelope is a mixture of rainscreen cladding, curtain client Belalan Ltd UKCPT walling and a coloured render. The roof is a mixture of flat roofing and lightweight aluminium sheets. architects Colman Architects Lesley Jones The project is in a tight town centre location and construction was on both sides and below the existing value £7.85m £4.85m service ramp to the Kennet Centre. Both the ramp and fire escape routes from the existing mall were kept operational at all times. 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Phase 1 - John Sisk & Son, on a phased basis managed and resourced the fit-out of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors within the Brown Thomas building to an exceptionally high standard of finish. Concurrently the Hermes store fit-out was also completed within the BT building. Located in a very restricted city centre location, the works were completed while BT continued trading and included: Demolitions; • Removal of existing shop fittings; • New M&E and sprinkler installations; • New floors and ceilings; Brown thomas • New dressing rooms, store rooms; rEfurBishmEnt, duBLin • New shop fittings; • Removal and replacement of the staircase to all floors. Size: 6,000m² Phase 2 – The work involves the complete upgrade of an existing retail floor in the fine jewellery hall in a “live” environment of approx 300m². This is achieved by use of a complete hoarded tunnel which allows the existing retail floor to function without compromise to the general public or Health & Safety. The project involves the complete upgrade of M&E with a new stone floor and coffered ceilings. This is completed with Dula mirrored partitions throughout from Germany. client Brown Thomas architects Douglas Wallace value e11m RETAIL PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Located in the centre of Daventry, this design and construct project delivers a new retail park including a single storey Homebase store and a two storey building comprising undercroft car parking with 6 retail units above. The retail units are steel frame construction with Speedeck Vitesse cladding panels and split-faced blockwork. The scheme also includes the design and construction of a new two storey Working Men’s club to replace the original which was demolished as part of the ChEstErhousE development. John Sisk & Son provided davEntry temporary accommodation for the club within the site boundary whilst the new club was constructed. Extensive diversion of services had to be carried out which involved working around live supplies. Substantial excavation (c.10,000m3) was required to accommodate new site levels and the undercroft car parking. External works included lighting and soft landscaping, service yard, car parking, road alterations and street furniture including Section 278 works to three of the four roads enclosing the site. Communication has been maintained with monthly meetings throughout the client Chesterhouse Properties construction programme to understand and accommodate the requirements of the architects Webb Gray & Partners various stakeholders to the scheme – including the local authorities and incoming tenants. Sectional completions were incorporated to allow access for tenant fit-outs. value £8.5m Detailed planning and strict segregation ensured safe access for deliveries and pedestrians as the works progressed. 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE Crown EstatE rEgEnt strEEt As part of The Crown Estates re-development of Regent Street, this project comprised the conversion of a Grade II listed theatre building into a new flagship store for Habitat. The listed features of the theatre were preserved and enhanced including extensive restoration and reinstatement of fibrous plaster finishes. New raised floors were installed to level of the previously inclined auditorium floor and a terraced floor structure was installed on top of the old theatre stalls. The original theatre organ, a 1925 Wurlitzer, was also fully restored to full working condition and is now on display in the new Habitat store. client The Crown Estate architects IPA Design value £5.7m RETAIL PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Public Projects Good quality construction, by definition, adds value not just to an individual project, but also to the community in which the buildings are located. We are mindful of our social responsibilities in this regard. Because we operate to the highest quality standards, our buildings will stand the test of time and will require as little maintenance work as possible. In this way, we provide a good service to the public in general and to the taxpayer in particular. Public sector projects completed by John Sisk & Son range from airport ground transport interchanges, award-winning local authority headquarters, schools and university projects to custody and emergency service facilities. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Manchester airport Ground transport interchanGe 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT This £15m project involved the design and build fit-out of the new Ground Transport Interchange and six storey office block at Manchester Airport. Construction works included the fit-out of the main Hub, Coach Concourse and Skylink areas with feature ceilings, terrazzo floor tiling, toilets, facilities management suites, retail areas, feature lighting, passenger signage and information display schemes. Seven lifts and two escalators were also included in the overall scheme to provide passenger circulation and waiting areas. In addition to this there was refurbishment to the existing train station, including new facilities management offices, switch rooms and multi-modal ticket facility, as well as work to the T2 Skylink Passenger Travelator system linking the Interchange to other parts of the airport. 7,430 m2 of office space was constructed over the top of the Coach Concourse, which was fitted out to a high standard and included carpeted raised access floors, ceilings, wall finishes, fully fitted toilets and staircases, and all mechanical and electrical works. The fit-out included all links to existing installations and involved considerable liaison with all sections of the airport authorities to ensure the building not only functioned autonomously, but as an integral part of the current passenger infrastructure. Works were phased to allow early handover for tenants. client Manchester Airport plc architects Aedas value £15m PUBLIC PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Since the founding of our construction business projects in the education sector has been ever- present in our Wicklow town community college portfolio of work. In that time multiple buildings in primary, secondary, and third level institutions have been The new Wicklow Town Community College, created from the amalgamation of Abbey delivered, each benefiting from the diverse experience and knowledge John Sisk & Son can draw on to provide Vocational School and De La Salle Secondary School, will accommodate 1000 students. The value and ensure quality within constrained budgets. site for the new school is on the northern edge of Wicklow Town. Construction is of a part single / two storey post primary school with a three storey element at the northern part of the site ,comprising 25 no classrooms, 38 no specialist classrooms, special needs unit, library, staff/administration areas, sports hall, store areas, toilets and ancillary areas. Building height ranges from c 3.8m at the southern end of the site to c13m at the northern end. Provision of playing field, 6 no hard surface playing areas, general playing areas, 2 no vehicular accesses and pedestrian accesses, 75 no car parking spaces, cycling parking areas, bus and car set down areas and 2 no flagpoles. Total gross floor area is 10,410 m2 education abbeyfeale community school Abbeyfeale Community College is one of five schools in a PPP project called ‘Schools Bundle 2’. It will be created from the amalgamation of three schools to form one main post primary facility which will accommodate 850 students. The site for the new school is located off the main street in Abbeyfeale and is bounded by St Josephs Convent & Primary School to the east, a new Tesco store & existing residential development to the West and existing buildings to the South along Convent Road. client Abbeyfeale Community School Wicklow Town Community College Macquarie Partnership (PPP) Macquarie Partnership (PPP) Once completed the two storey school will accommodate 23 classrooms, 29 specialist classrooms, architects Newingham Mulligan Associates Newingham Mulligan Associates special needs unit, library, staff/administration areas, sports hall, store areas, toilets and ancillary areas. value €14.6 million €16.3 million The development along with the school consists of the provision of a full size GAA pitch, 6 hard surface playing areas, vehicular/pedestrian access, car park, cycling parking areas, bus and car park set down Also included in Schools Bundle 2 are schools in Kildare (€12.2m), areas. The total gross floorarea of the school is 9,065m². Athboy (€12.6m) Bantry (€15.2m) 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT south Marsh coMMunity huB, BridLeWood priMary ketterinG Market pLace ruGBy poLice station hackney schooL Kettering Borough Council awarded The recent refurbishment of Rugby Police Station This project involves the construction of new The contract was let on a design and John Sisk & Son this prestigious town centre for Warwickshire Police included: changing and community facilities at the home build basis, based upon a conceptual contract as the centrepiece of their new of grass roots football in Hackney Marshes, as design on which planning had been regeneration scheme. • Strip out of existing fittings and finishes part of a multi-million pound investment led by granted. The final floor and external levels • Forming new meeting rooms and Hackney Council and the London Development were finalised after an extensive value The full footprint site is bordered by main cellular offices Agency (LDA). engineering exercise. thoroughfares, public space and a Parish • Refurbishment of existing detention Church. The scheme involves basement car facilities to meet current Home Office Works include changing facilities with provisions The school is a new school to serve the park construction, cafe and restaurant shells requirements for disabled players, open plan teaching and new housing development in the area. to ground and mezzanine floors and ten 2 • Installation of new M&E systems office space, new spectator facilities on the first The building is traditional build, fair face and 3 bed apartments to the first floor and • Provision of temporary offices on floor as well as a cafe and terrace area. blockwork finish with the external finish within the roof voids. site for relocated WPA staff for the being brick with feature trusses of timber duration of the works The design includes features to help it fit into cladding to gables. Traditional construction materials will be the landscape, such as a ‘living wall’ with plants • Window replacement and external utilised with timber sash windows, precast growing up the building. The building is naturally Landscaping and surface finishes externally repair works to façades and roof. stone and brick detailing, slate roofs and ventilated, has boilers fuelled by Bio-Diesel and are sympathetic to the surroundings and cast iron rainwater goods. The local natural a rainwater harvesting system used to supply the incorporate a woodland walk and wildlife The police station is adjacent to Rugby stone, Great Tew Ironstone, will be used for toilets. The project will be awarded a BREEAM pond. Magistrates Courts and both buildings remained the front walls to tie in with the public realm ‘very good’ rating. live and operational throughout the duration of works already constructed. the works and had strict security measures for all Works were preceeded by an archaeological access for staff and site personnel including dig with local school children visiting to vetting procedures. promote community involvement with the development. kettering Market rugby police station south Marsh Bridlewood client Kettering Borough Council client Warwickshire Police Authority client London Borough of Hackney client Swindon Borough Council architects Stephen George & Partners value £3.54m architects Stanton Williams architects Roberts Gardner value £2.65m value £5.7m value £1.1 million PUBLIC PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son was appointed by Battersea Dogs & Cats Home to build a new cattery for its London location, which was recently opened by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall amid celebrations for the 150 year anniversary of this famous charity. The project involved the construction of a new, highly sustainable, four storey building featuring reception and waiting areas, meeting rooms and cat pens with preparation areas and staff rooms. Battersea cattery The building is curtain-walled, with London windows specifically sized and located for the cats, making the most of natural light and providing a pleasant environment for its feline residents as they await new owners. Sustainability credentials are incorporated into the heart of the building, making use of a number of new renewable energy technologies and significantly reducing its carbon footprint. Solar thermal and photovoltaic panels provide hot water and up to 11,000kWh of electricity, whilst a ground source borehole array provides heat in the winter and cooling in the summer. client Battersea Dogs & Cats Home architects Charles Knowles Architects value £3.9m 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The project was procured on a PPP basis with John Sisk & Son carrying out the Design & Build functions for the PPP company. Completion was achieved 8 cork schooL oF Music weeks ahead of the scheduled 104 week construction period. The new 5-storey facility has a total floor area of 12,000 m2 and contains: • 52 music tuition studios • 450-seat rehearsal hall • Black box theatre • Music library • Live recording suite • Raked lecture theatres • Flat floor classrooms, including digital & audio labs • Drama & movement suite • Staff & student common rooms • Staff boardrooms & administrative spaces The heart of the building is the public concourse connecting the teaching, performance and administrative spaces. Performance areas and tuition studios can accommodate 56 Steinway pianos. client Department of Education (CSM PPP Services) architects Murray O’Laoire Associates value €52m PUBLIC PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Energy Projects John Sisk & Son has been constructing projects in the energy sector for nearly half a century. Conventional energy schemes dominated in the early years, but Sisk has moved to meet market demands and now has wide experience in renewable energy – wind farms, biomass and waste to energy – as well as supply grid infrastructure. The unique skill set which John Sisk & Son has built up in both civil engineering and construction management are key differentiators that enable us to provide added value on each project; ensure the highest standards of delivery and a 100% commitment to safe working. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Aghada Generating Station has Sisk Scope of Works: been producing electricity in the • Turbine Building Cork Harbour area since the • Power Island Pipe Rack foundation early 1980s. • Balance of Plant interconnecting pipe-rack • Heat Recovery Steam Generator ESB upgraded its existing and enclosure Aghada Generating Station site • Electrical/Administration Building through the construction of a • Turbine Generator new state-of- the-art gas-fired Transformer Compounds combined cycle gas turbine • Electrical Module Supports (CCGT) plant. • Diesel Generator foundation • Water Plant Building The project consisted of a • Fire pump container foundation turnkey design, procurement • Raw water tank foundation and construction of a single shaft AGHADA GENERATING • Demineralised water tank foundation combined cycle power plant, STATION, CORK • Fuel Gas Plant Building and Foundation with nominal rating of 430MW • Fuel Oil Storage Bund representing an investment in • Fuel Oil Forwarding Station region of €400m. John Sisk & • Oil Separators and Effluent Pits Son completed the civil aspects • Sampling Container Foundation of the project for Alstom. • Cooling Water Pipe work excavation and backfill The technology chosen for • Electro-Chlorination Building the proposed development • Hydrogen Storage Compound has made Aghada one of the • Workshop and Store Building cleanest, environmentally • Sewage Treatment Plants friendly, and most efficient power plants in the World. • Site Roads • Miscellaneous foundations for the plant The development complies fully • Miscellaneous foundations for plant with National/EU environmental erection purposes controls, including controls on • Associated works including greenhouse gas emissions. attendances on plant erection and cabling contractors during the plant and cabling installation work • Cooling water intake pump house and seal weir client Alstom Ireland Ltd architects Jacobs Engineering value €20m Simultaneously in the Cork area John Sisk & Son were constructing a second 400 MW CCGT Generating Station. The scope of work Whitegate and value for the Whitegate project was very 3 Generating Station similar to that of the Aghada Generating Station.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Pembroke is one of the largest and most energy efficient Combined Cycle Gas Turbine power stations in the UK and will form an important part of the energy supply mix as older plants are phased out. The £1bn project, owned and commissioned by RWE npower, will produce 2,000MW and supply up to 3 million homes. John Sisk & Son’s 54 week programme in Pembrokeshire incorporates the construction of the substructure and reinforced concrete work for the five turbine halls together with the associated PEmbROKE GENERATING cooling water pipework, site services, STATION, PEmbROKESHIRE and station control and ancillary buildings. Alstom chose John Sisk & Son’s Major Projects team for their innovative and coherent solution to the civil engineering work. This award follows on from the relationship developed between Alstom and John Sisk & Son on the power station project in Aghada, Ireland. Community engagement is of paramount importance to both Alstom and RWE npower, with John Sisk & Son submitting detailed plans to minimise disruption to the area and to work closely with RWE npower’s Local Liaison Committee (LLC) to promote local employment opportunities and keep local communities regularly informed of the work schedule. client Alstom value £44m ENERGY PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Indaver is constructing a Waste-to- Energy facility in Duleek, Co. Meath - in line with the North East Regional Waste Management Plan. The overall development is valued at €130 million and represents the largest ever single investment in solid waste management infrastructure in Ireland. Indaver’s Meath facility, an incinerator with energy recovery, will use the most advanced technology to process 200,000 tonnes of waste annually. This will generate enough renewable energy to meet the mEATH WASTE needs of 20,000 homes. mANAGEmENT fACIlITy John Sisk & Son have been appointed to carry out the Enabling works, Concrete Frame and CSA (Civil, Structural and Architectural) packages for this 18MW Waste to Energy facility. client Indaver Ireland Ltd consultants Project Management value €20m 3
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son has been awarded a contract in the UK for Civil, Structural, Architectural (CSA) and ancillary works “civils package” at a new Solid Recovered Fuel Thermal Power Station at Runcorn, Cheshire. The Energy from Waste CHP plant is part of a Private Finance Initiative (PFI) waste management project by the Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA). Keppel Seghers will provide the technology and also build the plant for Ineos Runcorn TPS Ltd, a special purpose vehicle which was set up for the procurement, operation and maintenance of the plant. The overall project is valued at £233m. John Sisk & Son’s Major Projects RuNCORN and Rail divisions will deliver civils, demolition, CHESHIRE structural, architectural, building services and site infrastructure elements including road and rail. On completion in 2012, the Thermal Power Station will be one of the largest Energy from Waste facilities in the UK and will have a capability to treat up to 420,000 tonnes per year of solid recovered fuel derived from household waste (also known as refuse derived fuel or RDF) which will be delivered by both road and rail. It will be able to supply at full capacity some 174,000 MWth and export 100MW of electricity and 500,000 tonnes of steam per year into the internal network of the Ineos Runcorn site. This Solid Fuel Recovery scheme will not only find a use for waste that cannot be recycled, but help reduce energy and heat costs for a major employer and manufacturer in the North West. The scope of the works awarded to John Sisk & Son includes enabling, piling and site infrastructure works and well as all structural, architectural, sprinkler and mechanical / electrical works (excluding core process) works for all the buildings and structures on the scheme. The building and structures include a tipping hall, waste bunker, boiler house, flue gas cleaning, turbine hall, substations and transformer areas. The client Keppel Seghers scope of works also includes significant rail siding architects NWHT development works incorporating track realignment, gantry crane foundations and associated unloading value £36m infrastructure. Site Security Building, fencing, roads, carparking and weighbridges are an integral part of the overall site infrastructure. ENERGY PROJECTS 4
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT WINDfARmS Images: SPR 5
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Rathcahill fullabrook Jan 2010 saw the start of the Rathcahill Devon Wind Power Ltd (a subsidiary of ESB) has awarded John Sisk & Son the contract to Wind Farm for a new client Scottish & deliver a wind farm at Fullabrook in North Devon. Fullabrook Wind Farm will comprise 22 Southern Energy. As civil balance of plant turbines, together producing up to 66 megawatts when fully operational. The turbines will contractors John Sisk & Son designed and provide sufficient electricity for nearly 30,000 domestic consumers, or 30 per cent of North built the roads, hardstands and foundations Devon’s total energy consumption. for 2.5MW GE wind turbines to be installed. The turbines, which are the Whitelee largest to be installed to date in Ireland, ScottishPower Renewables has awarded a joint venture consisting of John Sisk & Son and have a hub height of 80m with a rotor Roadbridge (Sisk Roadbridge JV), a contract to increase generating capacity at Whitelee diameter of 100m - each blade being 49m Windfarm. Whitelee, in East Renfrewshire, is already Europe’s largest onshore windfarm long. The components for each turbine and will receive a boost of more than 200MW with the additional 75 turbines that are to include 3 steel tower sections, 1 hub be installed. The work includes the construction of access roads, substation and control (25t), 1 nacelle (90t) and 3 blades (10t buildings, and the wind turbine generator bases, which will be fitted with turbines by Alstom. each). Phase 1 will see the installation of 5 A total of 1 million m3 of rock will be extracted during the work and the deep peat soil turbines. Our presence on site was divided structure on Eaglesham Moor demands engineering and environmental expertise. into two periods, Civil BOP construction The extra generating capacity will be connected to the National Grid in 2012. January to March 2010 and role as Project Coordinator from January 2010 to January 2011. Following completion of the Civil works the site was demobilised and closed down due to the Hen Harrier breeding season which runs from end of March to end of August. lisheen John Sisk & Son carried out all civil Infrastructure works necessary for the erection of 18 no Vestas V90 2.0 MW Turbines located near a zinc mine in Co. Tipperary. Rathcahill lisheen fullabrook Whitelee client Scottish & Southern Energy SWS Natural Resources Ltd Devon Wind Power Ltd Scottish Power Renewables consulting engineer Fehily Timony and Co Malachy Walsh And Partners ESBi URS value Phase 1 - €1 million €4 million £6m Not disclosed ENERGY PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Centocor Biologics, as part of their commitment to reducing their carbon footprint, installed a woodchip biomass boiler with a rating of 2.1 MWth. This installation was fully aligned with Johnson & Johnson’s stated corporate policy to reduce CO2 emissions by 10%, reduce dependence on fossil fuels and reduce energy costs. John Sisk & Son were fully responsible for the design, installation and commissioning of the unit, the first in use on a pharmaceutical site in Ireland. It was designed and built in a 7 month period and uses 5000tons of locally sourced woodchip per year. The benefits it has CENTOCOR bIOmASS yielded have been a reduction of CO2 emissions by 3,000 tonnes per year and reduced energy costs by half. client Centocor architects PM John Sisk & Son together with CES Energy were recently selected by Coillte (Ireland’s state forestry business) as their value €3m biomass technology partners. Having joined foces this group have a clear vision to become market leader in turnkey biomass heat and on-site power generation solutions for large scale energy users and industrial clients. Combining Coillte’s considerable wood fuel supply expertise together with Sisk CES Energy’s design, project management, O&M and construction expertise now offers our clients the unsurpassed abilities to deliver the optimum carbon neutral energy solution together with security of supply.With rising energy prices, now is the time to explore the suitability of biomass as a fossil fuel alternative for your business.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Civil Projects John Sisk & Son and its associated companies have been involved in major infrastructure development since the 1950s, building many of Ireland’s roads, bridges, power stations, airports and harbours – landmark projects that underpinned the nation’s economic growth. This section of the brochure contains a representative selection from both the UK and Ireland of recent civil engineering projects in a mix of traditional, joint venture and public-private partnership formats. It also highlights our specialist expertise within our fast-growing Rail division. Building Excellence
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Cashel Mitchelstown project is the first Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) scheme in Ireland. ECIs were part of an initiative arising from Sir John Egan’s work on the New Engineering Contract (NEC) to improve Contracts and involve contractors earlier in the tendering process. The scheme comprises the design and construction of approximately 37km of dual carriageway together with various drainage culverts and drainage systems, four interchanges, side roads, link roads ECI M8, and accommodation roads. The structures CashEl MItChElstown comprise 19 overbridges, 12 underbridges, 6 river crossings, 7 accommodation bridges, 1 rail crossing of the Waterford to Limerick line and 34 PCC box culverts. The earthworks are designed as a balanced cut and fill operation, utilising all the suitable material from major cuttings to form the required embankments throughout the project. The project is a 50:50 joint venture with Roadbridge Ltd. client South Tipperary Co Council consultant McCarthy Hyder Carl Bro value €260m 1
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The civil and marine part of the Greystones Harbour and North Beach PPP project is approaching completion. This part of the project is being delivered by a joint venture between John Sisk & Son and Lagan Construction for the PPP company Sispar which in turn is a joint venture between John Sisk & Son and Park Developments. The civil & marine package is valued at around €50m and comprises approximately 80,000 m3 of dredging, 200,000 m3 of reclamation, 180,000t of rock armour up to 10t individual weight, 250,000t of rockfill, 54,000t of beach shingle, 115,000 m3 of GrEystonEs MarIna concrete and 2500 linear metres of driven wICklow steel piles. The project involves most aspects of marine civil engineering including dredging, reclamation, beach nourishment, rock armour, concrete armour, marine piling, underwater stone screeding, extensive diving operations, seawalls, coastal revetments, breakwaters and slipways all of which are designed to function at all states of the tide. The breakwaters are designed for a 1 in 2000 year storm event The construction process is complicated by the planning requirement to maintain availability of existing harbour facilities to local clubs and the general public throughout the construction period. client Wicklow County Council consultant Arup Consulting Engineers value €300m CIVIL PROJECTS 2
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The M8 Cullahill to Cashel road improvement scheme is a significant part of the major inter-urban route between Dublin and Cork. The scheme is 40km long and consists of four grade separated junctions linking it to the national road networks and to Cashel, Thurles, Urlingford, Johnstown, and Kilkenny. The road opened seven months ahead of schedule. Protecting the environment and providing mitigation to minimise the effects of the motorway on the surrounding countryside were important considerations in the development of the scheme. M8 CulahIll CashEl Extensive landscaping has been carried tIppErary out to screen properties from the route and to help blend the scheme into the surrounding landscape. To minimise the impact of road traffic noise surfacing has been provided throughout and noise bunds and barriers have been erected at certain locations along the route. All the road drainage is attenuated to green field run off levels and the design incorporates measures to protect watercourses and aquifers from pollution. To protect wildlife, badger and otter passes were constructed under the motorway and substantial lengths of badger and otter proof fencing were erected to guide the animals to the underpasses and prevent them from entering the motorway. An artificial sandmartin nesting site was constructed client Kilkenny County Council on the banks of the River Goul to replace an main contractor Roghan O’Donovan / RPS existing site on the opposite side of the motorway. Care was also taken to minimise impact on value €204m archaeological sites and monuments. Extensive test excavations were undertaken and this testing led to the subsequent detailed investigation of 46 sites including settlements, burial and industrial remains which ranged in date from the Bronze Age to the 19th century.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The Project is for the provision of design and construction of a wastewater treatment works at the site of the existing Shanganagh wastewater disposal works and the refurbishment of the existing Bray Pumping Station. Also, the MEICA works associated with a Stormwater Storage Tank at Bray. John Sisk & Son is delivering this project together with our partners Dragados and Drace. The Project also includes the operation and maintenance of the existing and newly constructed Shanganagh WWTP Bray , Pumping Station, Bray Stormwater Storage shanGanaGh wastE Tank and the operation and maintenance watEr trEatMEnt plant of the 600mm, 5.6km Bray to Shanganagh Transfer Pipeline for a period of 20 years. The capacity design is for 43,700 m3 per day for a population equivalent of 186,000. A robust odour control solution during the Construction and O&M phase is a specific requirement of the project. client Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council contract model Design and build value €65 million Design and Build CIVIL PROJECTS 4
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    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT a477 st ClEars to poland projECts rEd rosEs - ECI The A1 Motorway south of Torum is John Sisk & Son’s first John Sisk & Son and Roadbridge joint venture company, SRB Civil Engineering Ltd., has been appointed as ECI Contractor civil engineering project in Poland. for the A477 Trunk Road Improvement Scheme. It comprises three contiguous contracts which taken The A477 from St Clears to Pembroke Dock is one of the main road links in West Wales and is recognised as an important together amount to 94 km of new motorway and 75 part of the Welsh Assembly Government’s strategic road network. km of side roads. The contracts commenced in July and The scheme consists of approximately 8.7km of new trunk road to bypass the villages of Llanddowror and Red Roses; August 2010 and are scheduled for completion in April and crosses the River Hydfron and passes through a number of environmentally sensitive areas – including the Taf Valley - September 2012. The contracts are traditional FIDIC Red with a significant number of bridge and underpass structures, drainage works, pipeline crossings and access and visibility Book, amended to suit local conditions. improvements to the existing road. The scheme is specifically intended to improve the quality of life for the local The project also includes six major interchanges, 88 bridge community and will greatly improve the alignment of the road, raise safety standards and improve journey times and structures, six toll plazas and 10 motorway maintenance/ journey time reliability. service areas. Other notable quantities include 1.85 million The first phase of the contract consists of the preparation of preliminary designs, with support from engineering and tonnes of blacktop, 211,000m3 of concrete, 26,000 tonnes environmental consultants, Gifford, and the provision of assistance with the statutory procedures and public enquiry. Subject of rebar and 10,000 tonnes of structural steel. to performance and the outcome of the statutory procedures. SRB will then undertake the detailed design and construction The contracts are joint ventures between SRB (a 50:50 of the works. Sisk Roadbridge company) and two Polish contractors, PBG It is anticipated that construction works on site will begin in Winter 2011. and Budbaum. client GDDKIA Poland client The Welsh Assembly Government consultant TRAKT, Senar, Euro project, EGIS value £50m value €624m CIVIL PROJECTS 6
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son carried out the major infrastructural works, associated services and drainage to support the planned 2500 homes at this former RAF station at Quedgeley, Gloucestershire. The works included the provision of over 2 km of new estate roads within the Urban Village development, footpaths, cycle ways, street furniture and services – including over 3 km of storm and foul water drainage. A new traffic controlled access was constructed on the A38. In addition 500 m QuEdGElEy of this existing dual carriageway was relaid urban VIllaGE and a 7 m high bund was constructed along its length to provide noise protection for residents. Other environmental aspects of the scheme included protection measures for great crested newts, badgers, bats and bee orchids. client QUVL Consortium value £6.2 m 7
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT n9/n10 phasE 4 knoCktophEr to This N9/N10 Phase 4 scheme forms powErstown part of the overall N9/N10 Kilcullen to Waterford scheme. Phase 4 Knocktopher to Powerstown consists of 40km of 2 lane motorway, 6.5km of single carriageway link road, 3 grade separated junctions and 83 structures along the scheme. This project which commenced in January 2008 had a 33 month duration and was opened 3 months ahead of schedule in September 2010. John Sisk & Son and our joint venture partners RoadBridge (SRB) successfully delivered this complex project ahead of programme and to budget to our client Kilkenny County Council whilst ensuring the safety of our workforce and general public. The scheme is truncated by three railway structures and three large river structures in candidate Special Area of Conservation (cSAC) areas. The management of these interwoven critical path structures and an understanding of their effect on earthworks and pavement operations was crucial in the client Kilkenny County Council delivery of the project. consultant FTG / WYG value €217m CIVIL PROJECTS 8
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Sisk Rail has completed major projects for Network Rail in the UK and Irish Rail and a wide range of Train Operating Companies across all sectors and territories of the rail industry. We are committed to helping our clients achieve their goals through a flexible and innovative approach to design and construction and pride ourselves on exceeding customer expectations in the areas of responsiveness, flexibility, quality and value. John Sisk & Son’s experience in this sector ranges from high profile, signature design transport interchange buildings and facilities to award winning refurbishment of London sIsk raIl Underground stations. We have also developed an expertise as one of the leading trackside term maintenance contractors carrying out Structures Remediation, Buildings Refurbishment, Mechanical & Electrical Planned Maintenance, Litter Clearance, Earthworks, Fencing, Drainage clearance and repairs on behalf of Network Rail and other Train Operating Companies. The Rail division operates from offices based throughout the country and is geographically well positioned to carry out works throughout the rail network. We have a dedicated customer call centre which provides a 24hr 365 day call out service for our reactive and maintenance operations. Our strength lies in our unique blend of size, professionalism and traditional style family ownership. Company policy dictates a strong commitment for performance, quality, teamwork and hands-on management to ensure client satisfaction. Sisk Rail is a patron of Link Up V2 and holds a full Principal Contractors Licence . 9 a)
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT b) c) d) e) a) parkwest station b) brighton rail depot c) radley bridge d) Cardiff Canton e) north Greenwich Interchange client Airscape Ltd Southern Railways Network Rail Network Rail London Underground Ltd value €9.0m £0.8m £0.4m £0.8m £15.5m CIVIL PROJECTS 10
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT CrossraIl london 11
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Crossrail Limited has awarded a major contract for tunnelling works to a joint venture between John Sisk & Son and Spanish construction firm Dragados. Known as “C305”, the contract is to build the Eastern Running Tunnels from Limmo Peninsula to Farringdon; Limmo Peninsula to Victoria Dock and Stepney Green to Pudding Mill Lane. The project will comprise a total of approximately 11.9km of twin bore tunnels. Tunnelling work will commence in late 2011 with Tunnel Boring Machines starting work in spring 2012. Crossrail will be Europe’s largest infrastructure project and will boost London’s rail capacity by ten per cent, running a total of 118 km from Maidenhead and Heathrow in the west, through London to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east. n field To She te Si g in ll ne un aT ul ns Z ) km (2. rive ni Pe 72 D o m rf ha m Li W ry Dr (8.3 ive Y na ey d 0k Drive G To Abb Ca enhea m) To Maid throw (0.93 km ) Wood a and He Drive H X (2.64 km ve Dri 6 km) ) (6.1 Proposed TBM Tunnel Drives client Crossrail Ltd Royal Oak to Farringdon (X) Sub-surface Station Limmo to Farringdon (Y) Surface Station value c. £500m Tunnelling Site Stepney Green to Pudding Mill Lane (Z) Portal Limmo to Victoria Dock Portal (G) Tunnel Plumstead to North Woolwich (H) Surface Route CIVIL PROJECTS 12
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT 1938 The move to Dublin - John G heads to Dublin to attempt opening up the Dublin market. 1821 1868 1912 1931 1936 George IV is crowned king of John Valentine Sisk is born. Although Ancestor of AIB Munster & John Gerard Sisk joins The company the Unitied Kingdom of Great three of the bothers also work for the Leinster Bank Cork. Designed the company after is incorporated Britain and Ireland. company, it was John V who later goes by Arthur Hill, the Munster and receiving a degree in 1845 into partnership with his father and is left the company after his death. Leinster Bank on South Mall Engineering in UCC. in Cork is symbolic of the Start of the Great Famine during which John’s father died. Banking sector in the early 1921 1 8 0 0 ’s 20th Century. Irish Civil War Relocation of Cork Premises The business grows and moves to Capwell Founder - John Sisk is born on Works at Douglas St. 30th September 1837. From Establishment of Business Cork. Eventually the The Wall Street Crash the age of 11 he learned the John establishes his business in Founding of the GAA office moves to a site in America. Shares lose trade from quaker plasterer 1859, the same year he married - more than 100 years later World War 1 on the Kinsale Road their value. Cork City Hall, Richard Martin. Kate Burke. Sisk re-build Croke Park. breaks out. in 1966. landmark project. 1837 1859 1884 1914 1916 1929 1935 Sisk sets up Stone Developments to ensure a secure and good quality stone supply to the firm. 1937 STRENGTH - DIVERSITY - EXPERIENCE ‘In an era which was hostile to enterprise and new initiatives, John G Sisk truly ventured where others merely speculated’
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT 1948 1979 1993 First £1m contract The Pope’s The company re-entered the Civil – Galway Sanatorium. visit. John Sisk Engineering marketplace at a time & Son Ltd were when Ireland started to prosper and honoured in 1979 the government focused on improving to be awarded the the Country’s infrastructure with a contract to erect series of National Development Plans. the Papal Cross and the altar in the Phoenix Park. 1953 1957 1964 1966 1973 1985 2002 2007 Edmund Hillary Sisk go to Africa Sisk move to George H Sisk Ireland joins the Famine in Ethiopia. EURO notes and coins SISK Healthcare and Norkey Naas Road became the fourth Common Market Bob Geldof organises were introduced. expands with the The first satellite Live Aid which helps to acquisition of Tekno Tenzing become generation to join (European Union). Sputnik 1 is raise large amounts of Surgical, Synapse the first people and eventually lead launched by the money for famine relief. Medical and Beaver to climb Mount the business. Soviet Union. Medical. Everest. 1 9 0 0 ’s 2 0 0 0’s In Ireland, there The firm decided are very few President to establish a Sisk consolidates its property SISK Healthcare jobs, many Sisk is appointed Kennedy is building company development division under the is established people have to distributor of shot and killed Neil Armstrong in the UK due name of Korine. The SISK Group – it acquires M.E.D. emigrate to find Bosch powertools while visiting takes his historic first to a tough have been involved in buying and Surgical and Cardiac work. in Ireland. Dallas. steps on the moon. economic period. developing property for 67 years. Services. 1950 1954 1963 1969 1984 2000 2006 Again with economic difficulties Sisk finishes work Sisk builds the in Ireland John Sisk & Son headed Creation of the Sisk Logo Reynolds on Ireland’s tallest Central Bank for Germany, after the Berlin Wall Stone (1909 – 1979) was one of Britain’s building, Liberty Hall. in Dublin. comes down. January 2010 SISK Group acquires ESCHMANN est. 1830 – manufacturers and designers of leading designers and was responsible for the design of the post-war £5 and £10 1965 1978 1989 medical equipment and products. notes for the Bank of England. In 1946, May 2010 – John Sisk & Son proudly hand over Mr. John Sisk commissioned Mr. Stone the new 50,000 seater AVIVA Stadium. to produce a design suitable for use on First civils contracts in UK and Poland. stationery, site hoardings and on plant. First projects in UAE. 1946 2010
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT our reputation for quality workmanship and dedication to maintaining high standards in every aspect of our business operation spans three centuries. We remain true to the guiding principles of our founder, John Sisk, who in 1859 wrote: ‘Building and contracting is in essence about people, their skills, their training and their motivation.’ John Sisk was regarded by many as a visionary – committed to investing in training and new technologies – and we continue to ensure that his visionary ethos is fostered and encouraged in all members of our management team – generation after generation. founder Mr. John SISK John V Sisk John G Sisk George H Sisk
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT WARSAW HEMILSEM DUBAI ABU DHABI John Sisk & Son Ireland telephone facsimile head office dublin Wilton Works naas road Clondalkin Dublin 22 +353 1 409 1500 +353 1 409 1505 cork Po Box no.602 Capwell Works Kinsale road Cork +353 21 496 1211 +353 21 431 7143 limerick Grove Island Corbally Limerick +353 61 350 270 +353 61 350 280 galway Unit 8a Liosban Business Park Tuam road Galway +353 91 778 900 +353 91 778 909 sligo office Suite 10, Quayside Shopping Centre, Wine Street Sligo +353 71 915 4364 +353 71 915 4388 belfast Suite 3 14 Cromac Place The Gasworks Belfast BT7 2JD +44 28 90244144 +44 28 90237898 email info@sisk.ie web www.sisk.ie UK telephone facsimile head office st albans 1 Curo Park Frogmore St Albans herts AL2 2DD +44 (0)1727 875551 +44 (0)1727 875642 reading The Clock house 22-24 high Street Theale Berkshire rG7 5AW +44 (0)118 9317650 +44 (0)118 9317651 birmingham 1760 Solihull Parkway Birmingham Business Park Birmingham B37 7YD +44 (0)121 329 0600 +44 (0)121 329 0606 GLASGOW bristol Jubilee house Jubilee Way Avonmouth Bristol BS11 9hU +44 (0)117 916 3800 +44 (0)117 916 3801 manchester 2nd Floor Maclaren house Talbot road old Trafford Manchester M32 oFP +44 (0)161 888 3400 +44 (0)161 888 3401 glasgow Woodside house 20-23 Woodside Place Glasgow G3 7QF +44 (0)141 582 1253 +44 (0)141 582 1484 BELFAST cardiff 9 raleigh Walk Brigantine Place Waterfront 2000 SLIGO Cardiff CF10 4Ln (Sisk-roadbridge) +44 (0) 292 0 453926 +44 (0) 292 0 450373 MANCHESTER GALWAY DUBLIN email info@sisk.co.uk web www.sisk.co.uk LIMERICK UAE BIRMINGHAM telephone facimile CORK CARDIFF ST ALBANS abu dhabi Villa no. 4 Street 22 Zone 2, Sector 40 Al Mushrif, Po Box 48325 Abu Dhabi +971 (0) 2659 3999 +971 (0) 2659 3990 dubai 18th Floor Commercial Tower crown Plazza Complex Sheikh Zayed road +971 (0) 4311 7128 +971 (0) 4332 8871 READING BRISTOL Po Box 62425 Dubai email www.sisk.ae web info@sisk.ae Poland telephone facimile warsaw Bonifraterska 14 00-213 Warsaw Poland +48 22 635 3230 +48 22 635 7719 email info@sisk.ie web www.sisk.ie Benelux telephone facimile hemilsem Industrie Zone 3 nijverheidsstraat 34/1 B-2620 hemilsem Belgium +32 (0) 3 870 71 20 +32 (0) 3 877 21 22
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    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son was established in Cork in 1859, it has grown steadily to become a diversified, international construction company. Between the 13 regional offices in Ireland and the U.K., we have delivered some of the most iconic projects of this decade. Since 2008 we have focused on securing larger projects, leveraging the skills and expertise from the group our internationalisation efforts have enabled us to use the world class skills and capabilities built up in the Irish and U.K. construction businesses to establish our presence in Poland & the Middle East. With a number of partners we successfully secured three Civil engineering contracts in Poland and a number of projects in UAE, including two hospitals in Abu Dhabi during 2010. The SISK Group vision our success and growth have been founded on the application of solid management principles and To be a diversified the employment, motivation and retention of widely experienced and professional employees; they ensure that we continually focus on every aspect of project performance – high quality construction, internationally serviced group. innovation, integrity and dependability. We recognise how vital our relationships with clients and We will achieve this by living partners are in helping us deliver our projects successfully. our values, respecting our We place great emphasis on the importance of providing continuous education and training family culture, delivering programmes for all Sisk engineers, surveyors, managers and site staff. This practice not only ensures excellence and focusing that our people are completely familiar with the most modern, efficient, and environmentally our resources on activities sustainable technologies; it also ensures that they retain the traditional skills that underpin John Sisk & Sons’s reputation, thus guaranteeing that we continue to attract a high level of repeat business. that deliver long term our approach to sustainability and our environmental management system allow our businesses to sustainable results. reduce resource depletion, avoid adverse environmental impacts and bring enhanced products to all the clients and communities we work with. All our businesses enjoy remarkably high standards of health and safety. We achieve these high standards by ensuring health and safety is an integral part of everyone’s approach to work. In 2010 we have launched the next phase of our safety strategy of “Towards Zero”. our belief that incidents and injuries are avoidable makes us determined to manage the business with a Zero Incidents, Zero Injuries intent. our focus is to deploy best practises globally across all our construction businesses ensuring high quality projects are delivered consistently across all our construction businesses. This is a shared commitment by our management, staff and supply chain and we will do everything in our power to deliver this promise. Liam nagle Chief Executive officer, SISK Group CMYK
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT having served a 9 year apprenticeship as a plasterer, John Sisk set up his own business in 1859 - two years before the American Civil War to place it in context. That same year, he married Kate Burke they and went on to have 6 children. one of them,John Valentine, born in 1868, would go on to become an equal partner with his father and become a founder of John Sisk & Son. records of the early jobs John Sisk took on are incomplete, but the first known contract was to build the Cork Distillery in 1868. In those early days however, many of the building projects were for banks and religious institutions – the sectors who had money. Working mainly in stone and timber, many churches, convents, schools and banks built by John Sisk & Son still stand today. Sisk’s UK arm now has turnover of £250 million with projects spanning from Energy to Civils and hotel to leisure and residential. John Sisk & Son have also recently established business in both Poland and Middle East where construction on our initial projects are well underway. The business grew steadily in the early 20th century, including much repair and replacement work resulting from the Irish war of independence and civil war. But it was John Gerard Sisk, the third generation of the family, who led the company’s move into Dublin, establishing it at the heart of the nation’s future growth. Landmark projects, such as the Department of Industry and Commerce (1938), Cavan Cathedral (1942), Wexford Bridge (1956) and Ireland’s tallest building, the Liberty hall (1965) followed. As the economy improved in post war years, John Sisk and Son won contracts in all corners of the country and in an ever-widening range of sectors, as its reputation for quality and reliability strengthened. A joint venture called Ascon was set up to specialise in public works, and although the interest in the joint venture was later sold, civils still represents a significant proportion of John Sisk & Son’s current revenues. Cavan Cathedral Liberty hall An extended period of inward investment began as manufacturing companies in chemicals, pharmaceuticals, electronics and drinks built production facilities in Ireland. In 1966, George Sisk, the fourth generation of the Sisk family, became Managing Director of the company to guide it through the next phase of its growth. An example of the company’s pre-eminent position in the Irish construction market was when, reminiscent of its early links with religious institutions, it was honoured to be awarded the contract to erect the Papal Cross for the Pope’s visit in 1979. Already the clear market leader in Ireland, the firm signalled further growth with the establishment of its UK subsidiary in 1984. With a record of award-winning projects and an enviable reputation for quality and innovation, Sisk’s UK arm now has turnover of £250m with projects spanning hotels to offices and leisure to residential. The Papal visit Since 2008 John Sisk & Son has established businesses in Poland and the United Arab Emirates. over its 150 year history, spanning three centuries, the company has stayed true to John Sisk’s vision of providing exceptionally high levels of construction expertise and customer service by employing, training and motivating capable staff. Although the shape of John Sisk & Son’s next 150 years has yet to unfurl, the business is built on foundations as solid as Croke Park the buildings on which its reputation was forged.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son has presence in Ireland, UK, Poland and the Middle East. In Ireland John Sisk & Sons’s construction business has built success through focus and dedicated development of its core strengths; bringing benefits to our clients, our business and our staff. we are acknowledged no.1 contractor with capabilities across all construction sectors. recent flagship projects include AVIVA Stadium, Grand Canal Theatre, national Conference Centre and the Limerick Tunnel. Building Excellence We have been established in the UK for over 25 years and in more recent years we have invested to grow our geographical coverage and sectoral capabilities, adding large projects in Safety. All our businesses maintain extremely high standards of health and safety. We achieve these high standards by ensuring health and safety is an integral part of everyone’s approach the conventional and renewable energy sectors and growing our presence in rail and to work. In 2010 we have launched the next phase of our safety strategy with 100% civil engineering. commitment to “Zero incidents, Zero injuries.” We are striving for an accident free environment by setting an absolute expectation on all our supply In 2008 we established offices in the UAE. We have a partnership chain, employees and management. and JV with the nasser & Emirates Contracting Co. and in 2010 has successfully won a number of key projects. John Sisk & Son People. We believe people are our greatest asset, which is why we won its first job in Abu Dhabi with the expansion of the Al Ain invest in their continual development. our staff work together in oasis hospital. proactive teams equipped with high levels of technical and managerial skills and are motivated and supported to achieve In 2009 we established offices in Poland and have won and their full potential. started a number of Civils/roads opportunities. relationships. As a family business, we understand the value of relationships and are committed to developing lasting collaborations with our clients, suppliers, sub-contractors and professional associates. Quality. We are highly focused on producing work of outstanding Ireland quality and will not settle for anything less. Service. We deal with our customers with professionalism and integrity, and a sense of fairness and co-operation – meeting customers’ needs with innovative solutions to deliver exceptional and timely customer service. Delivery. We make and meet commitments to our customers on time and to their expectations. UK Considerate Constructors. John Sisk & Son are associate members of the Considerate Constructors Scheme which is a national initiative set up by the construction industry to improve the image of construction in the UK. All Sisk UK sites register with the scheme and are monitored against a Code of Practice by external auditors, designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements. John Sisk & Son Ltd won three awards at the prestigious Considerate Constructors Scheme 2010 national Site Awards. The awards are made to the highest scoring sites, selected from over 7000 eligible, which were completed in 2009. Benefits from the scheme include greater site efficiency, site environmental initiatives, active engagement of local community in the project and improved public perception of how construction sites are run. John Sisk & Son was awarded a Gold award for its Bolsover Street site and a further two bronze awards were also awarded for Sisk’s Wembley W04 site and Grosvenor house apartments.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT John Sisk & Son is fully committed to a Corporate Social responsibility and Sustainability (CSrS) policy for sustainable construction that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Sustainability The company recognises that sustainable practices not only help the environment but can also improve economic profitability and improve relationships with stakeholder groups. our policy is developed through four key areas made up of a number of specific sectors: 1. Sustainable Communities. Commitments to occupational health and safety for our workers; providing development through training for In order to effectively implement this policy we have set objectives for a committed, skilled and adaptable workforce; aiding and enhancement of each of these key areas with SMArT targets to ensure the objectives are wider communities; ensuring fair and ethical trading through the supply chain. met. These are managed via the existing management systems including; 2. Climate Change and Energy. reduction of our corporate ISo 14001:2004 Environmental Management System, carbon footprint; promotion of renewable energy sources; innovation in our ISo 9001:2000 Quality Management System working practices and design considerations to derive solutions to climate ohSAS 18001 occupational health and Safety Management System. change challenges for the future. The company has set up a strategic working party to drive this policy 3. Protection and Promotion of the natural Environment: throughout the business made up of a broad cross section of employees reducing and minimising waste in construction through improved design, and engages as many staff as possible in local schemes through an annual procurement, and greater re-use and recycling of resources; facilitating “Sustainability Week”. conservation of natural resources in new construction and refurbishment projects; playing a proactive role in creating, managing and enhancing wildlife In order to set sustainability goals and achieve them, we have to know habitats and natural landscapes. whether our efforts are successful or not, and therefore we have 4. Sustainable Consumption and Production: sustainable developed measurable metrics to track our progress and will issue regular reports on our progress. procurement of goods and services managed through a committed supply chain, assisting our clients to effect products and services which reduce their environmental impacts from the use of energy, resources and hazardous substances. We aim to be involved in the construction of new, long lasting, energy conscious and future-proof (adaptable and flexible) buildings which are easy to maintain, operate and deconstruct.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT The John Sisk & Son Zero approach to working is a philosophy that drives our business to achieve Building Excellence. Zero Incidents. Zero Injuries. Is a commitment that must be shared and upheld by all. It is a way of working, thinking, behaving to do the best we possibly to do what it takes to be safe. Work safe. It is a mindset change that requires each and every one of us to confront our own beliefs about the possibility of working safely. Doing what ever it takes to be safe. Is it really true that whatever we do we’ll never stop accidents? Do you really think that injuring and killing people just to come to work is right? We believe that to make a real change, you have to confront those questions and consider honestly where you stand on the issue. however compassionate you feel about the issue, one thing is certain, if you believe that accidents are inevitable then you have a greater chance of them occurring. If you feel that injuring and killing people is wrong then your way of addressing issues will be more positive. You’ll be thinking more about what needs to be done to improve rather than accepting the inevitable. The power of Zero is about transforming, changing attitudes and changing behaviour. not a replacement for processes, procedures and measurements but the means through which real change can be achieved. Zero Defects. Zero Snags Is also a commitment, a drive to achieve the highest standards of quality and delivery. The Zero Snags Zero Defects approach builds upon the unswerving determination to excellence that the company has shown throughout its long and illustrious history. Pioneering new ways of thinking and achieving the highest standards of delivery and quality. raising the bar ever higher for the company and setting new standards for the industry. Zero Defects. Zero Snags is about first understanding and embracing the possibility of Zero then using its power to question how to be better. Snag as we go, doing whatever we can to hand over projects that are defect and snag free at PC Zero Delays. Zero Surprises Delays and unexpected surprises are costly and unsettling for client and contractor alike. At John Sisk & Son we believe that there is no need for surprises if we communicate openly, manage effectively and act promptly. We do this by ensuring coordination in our design, procurement and progress reporting; getting and sharing a clear and regular picture of where we are; confronting potential issues early; and with open and honest communication with our clients.
    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT CMYK origo is a white and brown goods distributor with brands such as Bosch, Stihl, Blaupunkt, Skil, Viking and Toshiba TV’s SISK Group is a 5th generation, 150 year old family business. Founded in Ireland in 1859, John Sisk & Son has grown from a small local builder to an international construction company, Stone Development has 2 Limestone Quarries in Ireland (Carlow and Kilkenny) now diversified into healthcare, consumer products, property, Stone is extracted and sold in Ireland and particularly in Belgium. Stone also provides an quarries and architectural glazing to create the SISK Group. Five architectural stone fixing capability. Acquired Courtois Group of Belgium in 2001. generations later the enterprise remains a private family owned business, employing over 2,000 people with diverse business operations in Ireland, United Kingdom, Europe and the Middle Korine is a property investment company with a portfolio in Ireland, UK & Europe. East. With an annual turnover in excess of e1.1billion, SISK Group expansion has been built on quality, reliability, partnership integrity SPOT and trust. The strategic decision to diversify both sectorally and William Cox is a 50/50 joint venture with Crh. Cox is a provider of Glass Architectural geographically has proven to be a valuable decision helping the Glazing as well as Thermo-plastics to various industries. Group retain profit margin with a significantly reduced turnover. John Sisk & Son in Ireland is the country’s largest construction Sisk healthcare is made up of the following healthcare companies. and civil engineering company. It is active in all aspects of the construction sector including Public Private Partnership projects. M.E.D. Surgical is a medical device distribution company focused on the operating It operates throughout the republic of Ireland. our operations theatre. It joined the Sisk Group in March ’06. in Poland form part of the Irish business. In Britain, John Sisk & Son operates in all the sectors in the Cardiac Services Group is a leading supplier of therapeutic and diagnostic Construction Industry from offices across the UK and has sales equipment in Ireland and the UK. Cardiac joined the Group in August ’06. The Group in excess of £300m. acquired Beaver Medical in March 07. In UAE John Sisk & Son has recently established an office in Dubai and a regional headquarters in Abu Dhabi. Sisk has a “special Tekno Surgical is the leading supplier of orthopaedic, Aesthetics and Surgical Products category licence” in Abu Dhabi and has acquired a shareholding in in Ireland. It joined the group in January ’07. a local construction company, nasser & Emirates Contracting Co. which gives us local knowledge of supply chain and market. Synapse Medical supplies equipment for Cardiology, Endovascular neuroradiology. Founded in 1998 and represents 15 healthcare principles. acquisition was completed in July 2007. ESChMAnn was acquired in January 2010. Founded in1830, the company has a strong hospital operating table business, a growing infection control business, both underpinned by a strong service proposition. Greater than 25% of its business is in international markets.
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    • Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Sisk Group Board of Directors George Sisk Liam Nagle JP Sisk Group Chairman Group CEo Director Sisk Group Management Team Opposite page Standing: L to R: Paul Hackett MD John Sisk & Son Middle East Ger Penny Owen Sisk David Martin Ger Penny Group Finance Director Director non Executive Director Group Finance Director Paul Wilson MD John Sisk & Son UK Seated: L to R Donal O’Connor Group hr Director Liam Nagle Group CEo Tom Costello MD John Sisk & Son Ireland John Osborne MD SISK healthcare Bernard Power Richard Sisk Declan Doyle Company Secretary Director non Executive Director