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Galliford Try

Galliford Try is a FTSE 250 housebuilding and construction group delivering industry-leading performance in constructing a sustainable future.

Employing around 4,000 staff, the group benefits from a strong client base and integrated supply chain, spanning both industries in which it operates.

The group specialises in the delivery of homes, building, infrastructure, affordable housing, regeneration, public private partnerships and facilities management.

Galliford Try’s strength is in the diversity of their activities and their ability to bring local expertise to schemes of national significance, delivering complex, large-scale projects with attention to detail.

The group is recognised for their collaborative approach, carefully considering the requirements of customers, the communities which their projects serve and the environments in which they sit to ensure the delivery of outstanding solutions on every occasion.

Galliford Try’s vision is “to be leaders in the construction of a sustainable future”, and their core values are “collaboration”, “integrity”, “excellence” and “passion.”

Their business is founded on these values, and it is these which underpin the ethos of their business. The company defines these values through: collaboration – dedication to working together to achieve results; integrity – demonstrating strong ethical standards with openness and honesty; excellence – striving to deliver the best, and passion – being committed and enthusiastic in all that they do.

Galliford Try’s proven ability in providing integrated solutions on multi-faceted schemes is increasingly sought after, providing clients and customers with a unique set of advantages and, ultimately, confidence in delivery.

Galliford Try carries out building and infrastructure works across the UK through the extensive knowledge and expertise of several regional offices. This approach enables them to deliver schemes of national distinction, with a local approach across a wide range of markets.

The spread of work for both public and private sector clients is well balanced and widespread, and Galliford Try is renowned for their ability to provide sustainable, whole-life solutions.

The group delivers its construction capabilities through Galliford Try in England and Wales, and Morrison Construction in Scotland. With expertise in the education, health, leisure and commercial sectors, the group is a major force in the improvement of the country’s infrastructure networks, including water, roads and bridges, flood alleviation, remediation and renewable energy.

Renowned for their award-winning homes and reputation for quality, the group are industry experts in delivering distinctive and diverse new homes in prime locations throughout the UK. They strive to create sustainable new developments that inspire modern living and set new benchmarks in design.

From waterfront apartments to landmark regeneration projects the group’s use of industry renowned architects means they create homes that are built to complement their surroundings while offering unique attention to detail.

Galliford Try also delivers lasting change, transforming lives and landscapes through partnerships that build vibrant affordable homes and sustainable communities. 

They work closely with their clients, the Homes and Communities Agency, local authorities and housing associations to ensure their needs are met to the highest of standards and pride themselves on excellent customer service and build quality.

Galliford Try is a multi award-winning company with recent construction accolades including those in the: Builder & Engineer Awards 2014; Education Estates Awards 2014; SCALA (Society for Construction and Architecture in Local Authorities) Awards 2014 and Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) London Civil Engineering Awards 2014.

Awards in the housing sector include: What House? Awards 2014; National Housing Awards 2014; New Energy & Cleantech Awards 2014; New London Awards 2014; and Daily Express First Time Buyer Readers’ Award.

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