Galliford Try

Galliford Try is a FTSE 250 business and one of the UK’s leading housebuilding and construction groups with revenues of £1.8 billion. We are recognised for the strength of our diverse operational expertise and our capacity to provide whole-life solutions to major projects.
Type
Public
HQ
Uxbridge, GB
Founded
1908
Size (employees)
5,696 (est)+9%
Galliford Try was founded in 1908 and is headquartered in Uxbridge, GB

Galliford Try Office Locations

Galliford Try has offices in Uxbridge, Essex, Hampshire, Leicester and in 23 other locations
Uxbridge, GB (HQ)
Cowley Business Park
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Galliford Try Data and Metrics

Galliford Try Financial Metrics

Galliford Try's revenue was reported to be £2.5 b in FY, 2016 which is a 6% increase from the previous period.
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2016)

2.5 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %

6%

Gross profit (FY, 2016)

271.7 m

Gross profit margin (FY, 2016), %

11%

Net income (FY, 2016)

108.9 m

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

1.1 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

13.2

Cash (30-Jun-2016)

166.3 m
Galliford Try's current market capitalization is £1.1 b.
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

1.8 b2.3 b2.5 b

Revenue growth, %

6%

Cost of goods sold

1.5 b2.1 b2.2 b

Gross profit

222.2 m267.2 m271.7 m

Gross profit Margin, %

13%11%11%

Pre tax profit

95.2 m114 m135 m

Net Income

77.2 m92.3 m108.9 m
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

140.4 m164.9 m166.3 m

Accounts Receivable

274 m437 m445.5 m

Current Assets

1.4 b1.7 b1.7 b

PP&E

101.4 m73.5 m138.8 m

Goodwill

128.1 m156.4 m152.2 m

Total Assets

1.6 b1.9 b2 b

Accounts Payable

206.2 m270.6 m296.6 m

Current Liabilities

816.4 m999.4 m1.1 b

Total Liabilities

1.1 b1.4 b1.4 b

Retained Earnings

44.4 m43 m49.6 m

Total Equity

534.2 m569.2 m600 m

Financial Leverage

3.1 x3.4 x3.3 x
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash From Operating Activities

52 m39.6 m77.4 m

Cash From Financing Activities

24.9 m(22.3 m)(76.7 m)

Income Taxes Paid

(18 m)(21.7 m)(26.1 m)
GBPY, 2016

Revenue/Employee

473.6 k

Financial Leverage

3.3 x

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Galliford Try's shares fall nearly 10 per cent as one-off costs hit £98m

Galliford Try's shares fell nearly 10 per cent to 1,310p this morning after the FTSE 250 housebuilder announced it expects non-recurring costs of £98m related to its legacy contracts. The figures  The construction firm reported a "strong trading performance for the period for the period 1 Janu…

Top 10 investor urges Bovis Homes to move in with Redrow, not Galliford Try

Bovis Homes has been urged to ditch Galliford Try merger talks for fellow rival Redrow by one of its top 10 investors. The suggestion by Royal London Asset Management, which owns a 3.5 per cent stake in Bovis, came as it emerged that Redrow is considering a revised offer. Read more: This is wh…

Article 50, schmarticle 50: UK M&A activity is booming

The imminent triggering of Article 50 appears to be having no negative effect on UK mergers and acquisitions (M&A), with several major deals announced in recent weeks. New figures show British deal activity has been booming since the Brexit vote, and this year especially. This week’s Bovis…

This is what analysts think about the Bovis-Redrow-Galliford love triangle

Bovis Homes’ share price leapt this morning after it emerged over the weekend that it is involved in a love triangle with rivals Galliford Try and Redrow. Bovis yesterday confirmed it was in merger talks with Galliford Try and had rejected a bid from Redrow. However, Redrow this morning indicated…

One of Britain's largest house builders Bovis is in the middle of a bidding war by two rivals

LONDON — British house builder Bovis Homes is at the centre of a takeover bid from two rivals. Bovis confirmed in a statement that it rejected initial bids from rival builders Redrow and Galliford Try, but said discussions with the latter were still ongoing. Redrow proposed …

UK oil and gas companies in £5bn merger deal

Two UK oil and gas firms have agreed to a £5bn merger. John Wood Group announced this morning it had agreed a takeover deal for FTSE 250-listed Amec Foster Wheeler. Amec’s share price jumped 18 per cent to £5.76 at the time of writing, while John Wood’s was up eight per cent to £8.10. The …
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