Delivering excellence for 160 years
Delivering excellence for 160 years
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Fibonacci Square is the redevelopment of the AIB Bank Centre site in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. It consists of two, six-storey office buildings, constructed over three levels of basement. The two buildings sit on existing parklands with a tree-lined perimeter. A glass bridge connects the two office blocks, with a sunken garden plaza in the centre.
This was a €104m project for a major three-storey extension to tablet manufacturing at Wyeth Pharmaceutical, Co. Kildare. This consists of new process building and ancillary services, through isolated dispensing, granulation, milling/drying, blending, compression and coating of the tablets from cold storage of raw material through to fully coated tablets ready for packaging.
The process is spread over the three floors of the production building being supported by post hoists, automated goods vehicles, discharge stations and lifts.
- Main Production Building 18,000m² (6,500m² of clean space)
- Office & Laboratory Block 1,750m²
- CUB Building 1,500m²
Pfizer, Newbridge, Co. Kildare
The Reflector is a landmark office and residential development prominently situated in Dublin’s thriving Grand Canal Docks. With impressive water frontage spanning almost 75 meters of Hanover Quay. The Reflector Building has a distinctive and memorable profile of bronze mesh panels and reclaimed bricks, which contrasts and compliments the sleek glass facade. The use of luxurious finishes is carried into the ultra-modern building.
The Reflector is a six storey over basement office building, extending to an area of over 123,000ft². Typical floor plates of 23,000ft² are finished to the highest standards, featuring LEED Gold V4 accreditation and A3 BER certification. The development also incorporates forty exclusive 1-3 bedroom luxury A3 BER certification apartments and a single 3,500ft² retail/restaurant unit.
The integration of the Reflector with the existing dock-front buildings creates dynamic relationships between old and new within the waterfront context. The Reflector offers space, natural light and great views, making it an exceptional working environment.
The building has been designed with a layout that provides dynamic, contemporary and flexible buildings which enhance the existing waterfront environment. The unique exterior mesh design element provides solar shading without impacting the views. This cascading feature is framed within a high quality stone-clad structure which is elevated above the street level to create a setback ground plane which provides a relief and continuity for the adjoining low level buildings.
Reflector Building, Dublin
In November 2021, Sisk completed Alexandra Road Bridge at Dublin Port. The project involved the construction of a 150m long, 13m wide two-lane vehicular bridge with access ramps over Alexandra Road connecting the CDL yard and Terminal 4.
Alexandra Road Bridge, Dublin Port
Avondale House and Forest Park
The development is located on the grounds of Avondale House and Forest Park, Rathdrum, County Wicklow. It is the birthplace of Charles Stewart Parnell and is considered to be the home of Irish Forestry.
The project involved the restoration of existing courtyard buildings, construction of a new Orientation Centre, Seed Café, Pavilion building, kitchen, new exit road, overflow carpark, wastewater treatment plant, extensive landscaping works and the construction of a unique tree top tower and walkway.
The project began in April 2021 and was completed 17th June 2022 and opened to the public on 20th June 2022 and officially inaugurated by the President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins on the 6th July 2022.
The overall value of the development is €19 million.
Avondale House and Forest Park
The project is situated between two office blocks and fronts onto St Stephens Green South on the north and onto a laneway owned by the OPW on the south. Due to the location of the site there was a suite of environmental monitoring systems in place on and around neighbouring buildings together with scheduled weekly meetings with adjacent building occupiers and public bodies.
The building takes up the full footprint of the site resulting in a bespoke office accommodation solution on St Stephen's Green South and a detailed logistics plan drafted for the site to minimise impact on the adjacent buildings and utilise the limited amount of space on the site.
To construct the double basement a significant temporary works scheme was designed which involves propping neighbouring buildings to the east and west and footpaths/roads to the north and south. The proximity of neighbouring buildings and the limited storage space has also resulted in precast walls and post tensioned slabs being utilised from ground floor upwards.
The project is LEED platinum and WELL gold along with NZEB certified.
70 St Stephen's Green
Pelletstown Railway Station opened in September 2021 providing a new railway station, together with new access ramps and stairways from Ashington Park and Royal Canal Avenue, pedestrian footbridges over the Railway and Royal Canal, new pathways through Ashington Park, drainage works and ESB diversion.
The station was built following an investment of €10.5 million, funded by the National Transport Authority (NTA) and levies collected by Dublin City Council from the development at Royal Canal Park, and has been constructed by Sisk on behalf of Irish Rail.
Pelletstown Railway Station
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Chief Operating Officer (COO), Ireland
Steven is Chief Operating Officer (COO), Ireland. He has over 30 years' experience in the construction industry, having worked in the UK for the past ten years. Steven has previously held a number of senior positions both in Ireland and the UK including, Managing Director and Construction Director.
Chief Operating Officer (COO) Data Centres, Life Sciences & Technology
Donal is Chief Operating Officer (COO) Data Centres, Life Sciences & Technology. Donal has held numerous senior positions since re-joining the company in 2002 following an eight-year period working in the construction industry in New York. Prior to that he worked as a graduate engineer with Sisk, having joined the company in 1990.
Managing Director, Civils Ireland
Will joined Sisk in 2011 as commercial manager and has been involved in the Ireland Civils business for a number of years. He has an in-depth knowledge of the business and the market.