John Sisk & Son is one of Ireland’s largest privately owned companies, with an turnover of €1 billion and more than 2,000 employees. The new agreement is set to run until the end of 2018 and encompasses all of its international construction companies.
Kawneer will work with John Sisk & Son across all sectors it works in; residential, commercial, retail and leisure, education, healthcare and transport, on new-builds, refurbishments and restorations.
The three-year framework agreement means that Kawneer will deliver technical support at every stage, from initial concept design at BIM Level 2 and preparing specifications, through to installation through the manufacturer’s national network of approved sub-contractors.
Mark Clemson, sales and marketing director for Kawneer, commented: “We are delighted to have secured this much sought after supply chain framework and we are very much looking forward to working with Sisk to demonstrate how we can add value on future projects.”
Steve Poole, regional procurement manager for John Sisk & Son, added: “Teamwork lies at the heart of our culture. We work together with our customers, professional teams and our supply chain to develop innovative and value-adding solutions for our clients. Relationships have been the key to our past success and will be more important than ever in the future.”
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