John Sisk and Son Ltd

Landscaping Legacy

Published 6 August 2018 | No comments
Written by Alan Cawley
CategoriesBiodiversity Clients Goodwill work Improvement Landscaping Planting Wildlife
As part of the PDM Plant Upgrade Project, the site team used an integrated approach with the Client areas of the site, which included additional landscaping in order to provide a meaningful legacy of the site activity. These areas included: A landscaped berm at the waste water treatment works A landscaped area including sections of wild flower seeding over an...

Cycling initiative – Staying Alive @ 1.5!

Published 3 August 2018 | No comments
Written by Alan Cawley
CategoriesAttitudes Behaviour Cycle safety
Due to increased motoring costs, traffic congestion and the use of bike to work schemes there has been a huge increase in the amount of cyclists using the roads. The Staying alive at 1.5 stickers were incorporated into a Tool Box Talk at the PDM Plant Upgrade Project and was issued to the workforce promoting the virtues of not overtaking...

Lewisham Gateway Public Arts Strategy 1 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 51 vote, average: 5.00 out of 5

Published 25 June 2018 | No comments
Written by Ben Katz
CategoriesCommunity liaison Cooperation Legacy
Lewisham Gateway Public Arts Strategy has been conceived to support this major regeneration development with a core objective to contribute to the renaissance of the area, working in collaboration with the design team. The removal of the roundabout on the A20 re-established vital links from the town to the railway stations and it is enhancing experience, linkage, legibility that will...

Reusable Overshoes

Published 2 March 2018 | No comments
Written by Debra Howarth
CategoriesPlan Plastics and packaging Re-use Sustainable procurement
It is estimated that the amount of plastic waste generated annually in the UK is nearly 5 million tonnes, with the UK Government challenging this in their 25 year plan for the environment and the European strategy for plastics in a circular economy. To play our part in combatting this current environmental issue, the Sisk Team on the Blossom Iron...

Solar Powered Speed Signs

Published 26 September 2017 | No comments
Written by Alan Cawley
CategoriesSpeed limits Traffic management Traffic management arrangements
Two solar powered signs, size 660mm x 1030mm with reflective background, have been installed on site along the public road as part of one of the measures taken to slow the site traffic as part of the Traffic Management Plan (TMP). As signs are solar powered, the solar panels are located on the top of the poles which are facing...

Hoarding Protection Frame 6 votes, average: 5.00 out of 56 votes, average: 5.00 out of 56 votes, average: 5.00 out of 56 votes, average: 5.00 out of 56 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5

Published 29 August 2017 | 2 comments
Written by Michael Owens
CategoriesTimings Working methods
A large temporary works hoarding system has been designed that can be erected and moved quickly to enable work to be carried out close to the live LUL track. The system consists of large panels on a frame of steel RMD soldiers and kentledge moved by crane. The system was designed and built on-site and there was flexibility in the...

Providing construction activities for local children

Published 12 September 2016 | No comments
Written by David Allen
CategoriesCommunity liaison Legacy Public Schools
At Rathbone Market Phase 3, John Sisk & Son Ltd have been working in close partnership with Canning Town and Custom House libraries to provide construction related activities to the local children during school holidays. Sisk have run a series of events including a crane and diggers drawing competition, tower building and bridge building. The activities give Sisk an opportunity...