Galliford Try

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Galliford Try is planning to raise £150 million of new equity capital to help cover its additional financial obligations on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) contract following the collapse of Carillion. The two firms formed two-thirds of the Aberdeen Roads Ltd (ARL) consortium leading t

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Carillion workers employed on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) have been offered jobs by its joint venture partners Galliford Try and Balfour Beatty, according to Transport Scotland. The three companies made up the Aberdeen Roads Limited consortium delivering the £550 million section of

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Keith Brown on a visit to the AWPR site last year Cabinet secretary for the economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, has moved to reassure MSPs that disruption and job losses caused by Carillion’s collapse would be minimised in Scotland, though the minister stopped short of giving an opening date

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Carillion is part of a coalition delivering the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) Clients and joint ventures partners of collapsed contractor Carillion have taken steps to begin contingency plans after the firm entered compulsory liquidation today.

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The future of a Scottish subcontractor is in the balance after a payment dispute with Galliford Try put the firm under “extreme financial pressure”, according to reports. Paisley-based M&E subcontractor Power One Group is in a dispute over alleged non-payment of a £9 million bill by Gallifo

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Greg Fitzgerald Galliford Try has confirmed that non-executive chairman Greg Fitzgerald formally stepped down from the Board on November 11 after 34 years with the business.

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Three of Britain’s seven biggest construction contractors are at risk of financial collapse despite strong profits growth in the past year, analysts have warned. Financial analytics firm Company Watch has put a health warning on Galliford Try, Kier and Morgan Sindall after analysing the companies

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