Sisk are currently on the ground in Southern Sweden constructing a large scale data centre.
Data Centre, Southern Sweden
Comprising of 472 units with secluded gardens next to England’s national football stadium at Wembley, Emerald Gardens consists of 288 studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments set around an acre of green space. Key features include a concierge, residents’ gym and clubroom, and a private screening room.
The buildings are generally reinforced concrete frame, clad in brickwork, and are arranged around large central gardens encompassing a pond, woodland and lawns on a podium slab within the centre of the plot.
Incorporating innovations such as the use of BIM and offsite construction, project performance at handover was defined as exceptional due to the 0.56 defect per apartment KPI rating.
Emerald Gardens, London
A19 Coast Road, Tyneside
Before this major upgrade of the A19/A1058 junction, drivers experienced severe congestion.
Over 80,000 drivers a day are experiencing safer and smoother journeys across North Tyneside thanks to the opening of the North East’s first ever triple decker junction.
The £75 million Highways England Coast Road scheme has been completed on time and traffic is now able to use the new section of road. This means that drivers will no longer have to negotiate the roundabout and can continue straight on along the A19.
A19 Coast Road, Tyneside
Gatwick Boeing Hangar
The construction of a new Goldcare Maintenance Hangar and associated workshops, stores and office accommodation for Boeing at the North West of Gatwick Airport off of existing Taxiway. This project was constructed land side so as to minimise the operational impact to Gatwick Airport.
This 14-month project utilised the combined strength from both the building and civils teams and seen the cut and fill of 20,000m³ of earth, 3,200 tonnes of steel lifted and over 10,000m³ of concrete cast, all only a short distance from the busy runway.
Standing at approximately 32 metres, the high bay hangar has been designed to allow flexibility of use, with the ability to house multiple aircrafts from the Boeing fleet, ranging from the 737Max jet, to its newest and largest edition, the 777X Dreamliner.
Gatwick Boeing Hangar
Work started in June 2019 on a multi-million pound M58 improvement scheme in Sefton.
The project involves the construction of the ‘missing’ slip roads at Junction 1 of the busy motorway, providing a northbound off-slip and a southbound on-slip.
As well as improving journey times between Maghull and North Liverpool, it is hoped the scheme will reduce traffic on the A59 and some residential roads and facilitate potential future development in the Maghull area.
M58, Sefton, UK
The Sisk social value approach is how our business creates lasting legacies in the communities that we work in
Sisk in the community
We promote safety, welfare, training, non-discrimination and charity to support confidence and moral across a healthy diverse community. John Sisk & Son is acutely aware of the impacts of construction projects on the local environment.
We engage with all stakeholders including the local community, clients, end-user groups, regulatory and professional bodies at an early stage as part of project design and throughout construction.
Our contribution to social progress ranges from our inclusive recruitment and career development opportunities, safety system, training and recruitment of apprentices, donations of time and finance to charitable causes, providing training to local schools, providing local employment & trade and supporting local community organisations.
We are proud to be a privately owned business, with strong family values and a long term approach
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Chief Operating Officer (COO), UK Construction and Civil Engineering
Ajaz is a civil engineer with over 30 years’ experience working for major contracting organisations in the UK, Hong Kong, India and the Middle East delivering a range of challenging and complex infrastructure and building projects.
Ajaz joined Sisk in 2013, initially managing the company’s UAE division before taking up the position as Managing Director for the UK South business where he drove the growth of that business in London, Birmingham, and the Ox-Cam arc.
Managing Director, UK North
Alan has over 20 years experience of leading business units, major projects and change programmes in the construction & support services sector. An established leader, operating at regional board level, with collaborative and influencing skills developed across a broad range of sectors.