Advanced Manufacturing

Working in advanced manufacturing environments requires a rigour and attention to detail beyond what is encountered on most other industrial sites. We have worked closely with world-leading companies for 50 years.



Based on our history of proven delivery on large and complex office projects, along with our continually innovative and collaborative approaches to each project’s challenges, John Sisk & Son’s experience in the commercial building sector has always offered confidence to our clients.



Since our first forays into the Data Centre/ICT sector in the early 1980s, John Sisk & Son has had a continued, proven track record in delivering high-end, mission critical projects for domestic and multinational micro-electronics, data and ICT clients across Ireland and the UK.



In both Ireland and the UK, education and research standards are seen as national assets, contributing to each country’s economic success, social wellbeing and global standing.



We always strive for results that balance a successful outcome for our client with the creation of an optimal experience for the most important people of all: the patients. We have successfully delivered over 50 healthcare projects in recent years, ranging across all clinical specialities and project values.


Life Sciences

In the pharma, biotech, medical devices and consumer products sectors, we are the supplier of choice for many highly respected and pioneering names across the industry.



We are focused on developing private and affordable housing, high-rise city apartments and student accommodation.


Sports & Leisure

As sport and leisure activities take a greater role in encouraging an enhanced work-life balance, we are proud to be entrusted with the delivery of iconic and flagship developments within this sector.


Transport & Infrastructure

We are one of the few major European contractors to have successfully delivered work for both Transport Infrastructure Ireland, Highways England, Transport Scotland, DfI Roads (Northern Ireland’s Department of Infrastructure) and the Welsh Government.