Morrison Construction has announced the promotion of Paul Ingham to lead its environment business in Scotland. Mr Ingham, currently head of service delivery for water frameworks, will succeed Steve Slessor, who has been promoted to lead the environment business across the entire UK-wide Galliford Tr
Galliford Try still expects to report a return to profitability and a resumption of dividend with its upcoming half year results after performing well throughout the period. In a trading update issued today, the construction group said all projects have been fully operational since the start of the
UK construction business Galliford Try pointed to its £60 million contract win in West Lothian as an example of its post-Covid recovery ahead of its AGM this morning. In a statement, Galliford Try Holdings plc said the group is expecting to "return to profitability in the first half of this fi
Galliford Try chief executive Bill Hocking said he expects the business to return to profit this year after it posted annual financial results showing losses for the second year running. For the year ending 30th June 2020, Galliford Try made a pre-tax loss of £34.6 million, with reve
Galliford Try has issued a positive trading statement as all of it construction sites across the UK return to operation and underlying operations “performing well”. The group is well-capitalised, with cash at 30 June 2020 of £195 million (2019: net debt £57m) and average mont
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has awarded the defence team at Galliford Try a new £20 million contract to provide facilities for RAF Lossiemouth’s newest Typhoon squadron. The two-year project will see Galliford Try's Inverness-based Morrison Construction busine
Galliford Try has joined other major construction groups in cancelling its interim dividend as it prepares to see out the fallout caused by COVID-19.
Galliford Try has been ordered by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) to restate its 2018 accounts after an investigation found the company should not have recognised an £80 million claim recoverable from Transport Scotland on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) contract when it did
The Scottish Prison Service has appointed Morrison Construction to build a new women’s national facility to replace Scotland’s only female prison at Cornton Vale in Stirling.
The Scottish Government is to pay a further £65 million to the company behind the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) to prevent a potentially lengthy and expensive court case.
Galliford Try enters the New Year with a “high-quality” order book of £3.2 billion and a new-look which makes the firm “strongly positioned for future growth”, the company’s new chief executive said today.
Bovis Homes has completed the acquisition of Galliford Try’s housebuilding arm, creating one of the UK’s top five home building groups. The sale of Linden Homes and Galliford Try Partnerships was achieved in a transaction valued at approximately £1.1 billion, including shares, debt
Negotiations surrounding claims connected to the construction of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) are nearing conclusion following a lengthy period of negotiation, contractors said today.
Bovis Homes has agreed a share and cash deal for Galliford Try's housebuilding arm that values the business at £1.075 billion, creating one of the UK's top five home building groups. The deal to acquire Linden Homes and Galliford's Partnerships & Regeneration businesses will create a group
Consultants have advised Galliford Try to only expect to recover around £100 million from the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project, the firm revealed today as it reported a £61.5m operating loss for the year ended June 30.