SISK REPORTS INCREASE IN BOTH PROFIT AND TUNROVER
The company that owns Sisk has achieved a 24% rise in turnover in 2018, with pre-tax profit up 6%.
Turnover grew to just under €1.2bn (£1.07bn) and group reported a pre-tax profit of €28.3m (£25.2m).
In the UK, Sisk’s projects included the completion of a restoration and construction project in central London for the Royal Academy of Arts. The scheme, which was carried out as part of the 250th anniversary celebrations of the Royal Academy, included a link bridge to bring two listed buildings together for the first time.
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