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Galliford Try grows its order book

Big infrastructure wins have helped boost Galliford Try’s construction order book.

The hybrid firm this morning told the City it had £1.4bn of secured construction work as of 30 June.

This was up from £1.25bn a year earlier. Significant wins included being part of the consortium awarded the £745M Aberdeen bypass scheme.

Chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are pleased to have finished the year strongly and expect to deliver another record profit.  

“With a solid balance sheet, minimal debt, a record landbank in housebuilding and excellent visibility of work in construction, we are starting the new financial year in a strong position, while recognising that challenges remain around the supply chain and converting outline planning permission into detailed consents.”

 

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