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Padraic O’Connor appointed Building Services Director, Ireland, at Sisk

Padraic O’Connor has been appointed Building Services Director,Ireland, at Sisk. Padraic joined the company in 1997 and has led the Sisk Building Services Team in Ireland since 2014.

Padraic’s key objective in his new role will be to future-proof the building services offering by aligning it to an evolving business strategy. He will also ensure that project delivery avails of DPD and other technologies, plus future innovations, that will allow the company to continue to add real value for clients.

Padraic’s deep technical knowledge and years of experience make him the ideal person to lead the Sisk team of building services staff that numbers 39 in Ireland with a further six working across its expanding European projects portfolio.

ISO50001 accreditation for John Sisk & Son

Padraic O'Connor Building Services Department Manager Ireland with Ruth Riordan Sisk Energy Co-ordinator receiving the ISO50001 award from John White, Business Development manager BSI Ireland.

Padraic O’Connor, Building Services Department Manager Ireland and Ruth Riordan, Sisk Energy Forum Co-ordinator, receiving the ISO5001 award from John White, Business Development Manager, BSI Ireland.

The SISK Energy Forum was formed in October 2014 and is led by Building Services Department Manager Padraic O’Connor. It aimed to take advantage of the extensive skills base that exists within the company and comprises representatives from all eight of its Irish and UK operational business units.

One of the most significant challenges encountered by the forum was the analysis and comparison of key performance indicators for energy usage across all of the company’s construction sites, as many variables such as the type of project, duration, method of construction, site working times, site accommodation arrangements, commissioning duration etc made it difficult to produce accurate comparative data.

SISK’s focus in the shorter term is therefore to control the inputs to energy use by way of the introduction and planning of energy-efficient designs to their temporary electrical installations, combined with procedures and guidelines in the use and selection of plant and equipment to help in the reduction of energy usage. “Zero Energy Waste” is now the SISK energy policy.