Offering advice, design, construction & support services for society's infrastructure & provide a range of plant & equipment in specialist fields.
Providing a wide range of services in diverse environments. Our strength lies in our ability to bring several services together.
Our drive to expand our operational footprint has been a hallmark of the business for many decades. We now trade and operate in more than 40 countries.
"In the UK, we expect actions taken in the first half, both in construction and support services, to lead a better performance in the second half, while in the Middle East, we see the outlook as broadly favourable."
"Despite the increased political and macro-economic uncertainty following the UK’s EU referendum and recent General Election, our outlook for the current year remains unchanged."
Take a look at how and where we work.
Our financial accounts for the first half of 2016.
Stable overall revenues of £1.6 billion in challenging market conditions and an uncertain political environment
Headline total operating profit of £46.1 million
Strong performances from Equipment Services and Construction International
A resilient performance from Support Services UK despite the impact of higher operating costs driven by increased regulation
Management actions in UK Construction gaining traction
Exited Energy from Waste business: Making progress on all projects. Overall we continue to believe the provision taken in 2016 remains appropriate, although significant risks and uncertainties remain
June 2017 net debt in line with expectations at £387.5 million (2.5x EBITDA)
Strong future workload of £7.1 billion with more than 95 per cent visibility of 2017 consensus revenues, with contract wins in Support Services and a narrower market focus in UK Construction. Notable wins in the period
include contracts with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation, Ministry of Justice, Network Rail, BT Group, Stagecoach Group, Musanada (Abu Dhabi) and Liwa Plastics (Oman)
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