A commercial judge in the Outer House of the Court of Session has allowed a proof in an £11.5 million action raised against two companies contracted to build and maintain a funicular railway in the Cairngorns after ruling that the claim had not expired by prescription.
Modular building solutions brand Algeco has been appointed as a strategic partner by Galliford Try for the supply of temporary modular buildings for hire.
Galliford Try is confident it can effectively manage the tough economic conditions without any material impact on trading by maintaining good relationships with its supply chain and clients and increasing its "strong" balance sheet. In a first-half trading statement this morning chief exec
Galliford Try has become one of the first construction companies to increase support to its people with a one-off payment to aid employees and their families with the rising costs of living. Individual payments of up to £750 will be made to around 1,800 individuals, representing more than half
A £10 million upgrade to the Waste Water Treatment Works (WWTW) serving customers in Ellon has been completed, boosting the site’s capacity by around one third. The project means that the WWTW is able to support the town’s growing community while continuing to protect the local env
Big Four accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has been fined £5 million in relation to its audits of Galliford Try and Kier Group. The company was fined a total of £8,850,000, adjusted to £4,998,500, by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) - £3,038,750 and
Galliford Try has hailed the “strong progress” it has made towards its strategic goals despite incurring £9.7 million of exceptional costs relating to the acquisition of nmcn’s water business and a new IT system. Publishing its half year results for the six months to 31 Decem
Big Four firm PwC is being investigated by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) over its audits of construction firms Kier and Galliford Try.
Galliford Try Holdings said today it is well placed to deliver "strong future performance and long-term sustainable value" for stakeholders after a trading update revealed the group is "performing well" and trading in line with the board's expectations. The update detailed the group's further o
Galliford Try has created the new role of low carbon construction lead as it develops its capabilities in helping clients to lower whole-life carbon from its projects. Poppy Parsons moves from the role of senior design manager at Galliford Try, building on the appointment of Phil Tompkins as directo
Fifteen contractors have won places on a new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructure and refurbishment works for the public sector in Scotland. The Public Buildings and Infrastructure (PB3) framework from Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) allows public sector organisation
Phil Tompkins has been redeployed by Galliford Try to lead environmental, social and governance (ESG) across the company’s recently launched Sustainable Growth strategy. Appointed to the new role of director of risk & sustainability, Mr Tompkins joined the business as director of risk
Galliford Try has followed up last year’s pre-exceptional loss of £59.7 million with a pre-tax profit of £11.4m for the financial year ended June 30 2021. The business achieved the result on revenues of £1.125 billion, which represents a divisional operating margin
The environment business of Galliford Try has been appointed to Scottish Water’s new Non-Infrastructure Framework for the SR21-27 investment programme, in joint venture with MWH Treatment.
Galliford Try's return to profit has been confirmed in its newly published half-year results for the period ending 31 December 2020, despite a drop in revenue. The contractor posted a pre-tax profit of £4.1 million over the six months, compared to a loss of £5.6m for the same period