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Sisk Portfolio

  1. 1. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT Building Excellence PORTFOLIO OF PRO ECTS 2000/2010 CMYK
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT AVIVA StAdIum dublIn 1
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE ConVEntIon CEntrE dublIn 3
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. 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
  10. 10. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT grAnd CAnAl SquArE dublIn 7
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT lImErICk tunnEl 11
  15. 15. 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
  16. 16. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT WEmblEy ArEnA london 13
  17. 17. 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
  18. 18. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT dundrum toWn CEntrE, dublIn 15
  19. 19. 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
  20. 20. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE grAnd PIEr WESton SuPEr mArE 17
  21. 21. 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
  22. 22. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT dICkEnS hEAth SolIhull 19
  23. 23. 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
  24. 24. Flagship Commercial Healthcare Industrial Hotel Residential Retail Public Energy Civil INTRODUCTION FULL SCREEN CONTENTS EXIT thE rItz-CArlton hotEl PoWErSCourt 21
  25. 25. 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
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. 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
  28. 28. 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
  29. 29. 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
  30. 30. 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
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. 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
  33. 33. 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
  34. 34. 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
  35. 35. 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
  36. 36. 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

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