Welcome to the John Sisk and Son Hub

Founded in 1859, John Sisk & Son is in its fifth generation of family ownership. The Sisk family values are woven into everything we do. Our vision is to dedicate ourselves to Building Excellence, delivering projects of constantly high quality which exceed our clients' expectations. Read more »

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  • Aerospace
  • Chemical/Process
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Materials & Minerals
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

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Established in 1859. John Sisk & Son is in its 5th generation of family ownership.
1,200 employees across UK and Ireland.
Involved in landmark projects in UK, Ireland and Europe including the Aviva Stadium and Crossrail.
Operates across a number of sectors including Civils, Residential, Energy and Pharmaceutical.
Excelerate Graduate Development Programme launched in 2013.
Over 60 graduates on the Excelerate programme.
Over 1,200 students have Followed us on Gradcracker.

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Charlie Rossington

Post Excelerate Graduate

"The Excelerate scheme has supported my development as a Quantity Surveyor at a far quicker rate than I could have imagined after graduating from University."

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Richard Tomlinson

Excelerate Graduate Engineer

"You are allocated a buddy on your first project to help you settle in."

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Sisk and Osborne+Co sign contract to develop new Santander hub in...

John Sisk & Son and Osborne+Co are pleased to announce the signing of a contract for the construction of a new state-of-the-art campus for Santander in Milton Keynes. Osborne+Co have negotiated the project on behalf of Santander with Sisk to deliver the project fully fitted.

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Sisk expands health portfolio with radiotherapy centre in Swindon

John Sisk & Son is pleased to announce that work has commenced on the new OUH (Oxford University Hospitals) Swindon Radiotherapy Centre at the Great Western Hospital site.

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