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Galliford Try Holdings PLC, formerly Galliford Try PLC, is a United Kingdom-based construction company. The Company’s brands include The Galliford Try Brand, Morrison Construction, Oak Dry Lining and Rock & Alluvium. Its Construction business carries out building and infrastructure development in public, private and regulated sectors. Its projects include the construction of assets with services, including design and build, construction only and refurbishment. It also provides maintenance, renewal, upgrading and managing of services across utility and infrastructure assets. The Company serves various industries, including airports, coastal defense and harbors, commercial, custodial and judicial, data centers, education, facilities management, health, hotels, oil & gas, rail, water and wind farms.
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Galliford Try <GFRD.L> overstated its net assets by 94 million pounds in 2018 and its accounts have been restated, Britain's audit watchdog said on Thursday after its latest inquiry into the construction industry.
Construction company Galliford Try plc overstated its revenues in 2018 and its accounts have been restated, Britain's audit watchdog said on Thursday.
Galliford Try Plc <GFRD.L> Chief Executive Graham Prothero is planning to quit the British builder, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
Galliford Try <GFRD.L> aims to focus on a smaller, more profitable construction business, which will be easier with the cash boost from a proposed sale of its housing businesses to Bovis Homes <BVS.L>, its CEO said on Wednesday.
British builder Galliford Try Plc reported a 27% drop in annual pretax profit on Wednesday, hurt by lower new orders and contract write-downs in its construction business amid a slowing UK housing market.
Britain's Galliford Try <GFRD.L> has restarted talks to sell its residential housing businesses to Bovis Homes <BVS.L> after Bovis nudged up its proposed offer to 1.08 billion pounds ($1.34 billion) and included a cash component.
Britain's Galliford Try Plc said on Tuesday that it and housebuilder Bovis Homes Group Plc had restarted preliminary talks to combine their housing businesses.
British builder Galliford Try Plc <GFRD.L> said on Wednesday it expected annual pretax profit to be in line with analysts' estimates as a reduction in exposure to Central London helped it ride out the worst effects of a slowing UK housing market.
British builder Galliford Try Plc said on Wednesday it expects annual pretax profit to be in line with analysts' estimates, owing to good housing demand.
News of a 950 million pounds bid for the residential units of builder Galliford Try plc drove shares in the company 8% higher on Tuesday even as the bidder Bovis Homes said the two sides were no longer in talks.
British home builder Bovis Homes Group said on Tuesday it was no longer in talks with Galliford Try plc to buy its home building arm, days after the peer rejected a bid from it.
Britain's Galliford Try plc said on Saturday it had rejected a bid from home builder Bovis Homes Group as the offer was not in the interests of all shareholders.
Bovis Homes Group has approached Galliford Try Plc about a housebuilding tie-up after a previous merger talks broke down, Sky News reported on Saturday.
Construction firm Galliford Try Plc <GFRD.L> expects to spend 20 million pounds more to complete the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route contract, it said on Wednesday, as some repairs get delayed by bad weather.
British construction company Galliford Try Plc said on Wednesday it expects to spend 20 million pounds more to complete the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route contract as some repairs were delayed by weather conditions.
British construction company Galliford Try Plc <GFRD.L> said it will have to spend more to build Aberdeen's new ring road due to weather-driven delays but the cost will be below 25 million pounds that it incurred in the first half.
British construction company Galliford Try Plc is likely to face additional costs due to weather-driven delays in the construction of Aberdeen's new ring road this year, the company said on Tuesday.
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British construction group Galliford Try said it would raise around 158 million pounds ($225 million) through a fully underwritten rights issue to cover the costs of a troubled project it had been working on with the now-defunct Carillion.
British construction group Galliford Try <GFRD.L> is seeking additional funding to cover the costs of a joint venture to build a major ring road in northern Scotland after the collapse of Carillion Plc, its partner on the project.
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