Business Update Irish Times, 14 September 2012

SISK runs out of road in Poland after two years.

Company to abandon two projects

Suzanne Lynch

 Irish Construction group Sisk are pulling out of Poland at a cost of between €50 million and €60m.

The decision was taken after it encountered a series of delays and extra costs linked to what it says are intractable and ongoing difficulties with the Polish road authority.

Source : Irish Times

Business Update Irish Examiner 14 September 2012

Sisk to sue Poland over road project

Source : Irish Examiner

Muse Developments appoint John Sisk & Son to Swindon Town Centre scheme

Muse Developments has appointed construction company John Sisk & Son Ltd to start work on the first phase of its multi-million pound regeneration scheme in the heart of Swindon Town Centre.

The first phase which will be sited on vacant land between Princes Street and Islington Street include one residential building comprising 45 assisted living apartments owned and managed by Westlea Greensquare and a high quality 850 space multi storey car park owned and managed by Swindon Borough Council.

Source : Green Square Group