'Orange army” of engineers that worked to reopen rail line at Dawlish win prestigious Brunel Medal

The team of engineers (including Sisk Rail team) who worked to reopen the rail link following the severe weather at the start of 2014, have been awarded the prestigious Brunel Medal at the 2014 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Awards.
The Brunel Medal, named after civil engineering legend Isambard Kingdom Brunel, recognises individuals or teams who have shown excellence in civil engineering. Fittingly, this year it goes to a team who repaired part of a railway Brunel himself designed.

Source : Mid Devon Star

IBM Europe Digital Sales Centre Opening Ceremony

Sisk commenced work in the IBM Campus in 1997 for the Design and Construction of the IBM Server Division. Since this time we continued to work on a number of other small & large scale projects which consisted of Fast Track Build of Data Centres to the recently completed 10,000m2 Office HQ for IBM Inside Sales Department on a Construction Management Contract basis. 

Source : Diarmuid O'Sullivan

Leamouth Bridge - Crane Lift

John Sisk and Son Ltd is the principal contractor appointed by Ballymore Properties Ltd to carry out the design and construction of the Leamouth North Bridge spanning the River Lea between Canning Town Station and Ballymore’s new London Island Development in the Docklands. The bridge will connect the development site, currently in the construction phase by Ballymore, to Canning Town and provide access for pedestrians and cyclists to pass between them.

Source : Steve Nuttall