Sisk expands sustainability team with new appointment
John Sisk & Son has appointed Sinead Hickey as its Head of Sustainability for Ireland and Europe.
Sinead Hickey previously held a global sustainability position at US multinational Abbott. Her experience includes work on sustainability strategy development, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) assessments and social impact programmes.
Sisk set out its sustainability ambitions last year with the launch of its 2030 Sustainability Roadmap 2030 Building today, Caring for tomorrow, which includes 21 targets (that outline direct support for the UN Sustainable Development Goals), including how it is going to reach its ambition of carbon neutrality by 2030.
Sisk has demonstrated leadership by committing to setting targets through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
Wayne Metcalfe, Director – Health, Safety, Sustainability & Quality, John Sisk & Son, says: “We are delighted to welcome Sinéad as Sisk’s new Head of Sustainability for Ireland and Europe. I look forward to working closely with her to deliver the ambitious targets we have set with our 2030 Roadmap.”
Sinéad Hickey comments, “I am thrilled to join Sisk; the organisation has shown a high level of leadership in sustainability so far. The Sisk 2030 Sustainability Roadmap is a fantastic starting point and enables us to take on the sustainability challenges facing the construction industry and the broader society we serve.”