GTC is an independent utility infrastructure and networks provider. Established in 1995, the company is widely recognised as an experienced provider of utility solutions to national builders and developers, regional builders, consultants, landowners and land developers.

GTC operates networks with utilities connections to over one million homes nationwide.
Our product range includes gas, electricity, fibre to the home, water, waste water and sustainable connections and solutions.
We are the industry’s first choice – over 80% of our awarded business is repeat.
In a recent survey, 95% of customers said they would recommend our services.

GTC delivers comprehensive utility solutions for every development. We work with national house builders, consortiums, housing associations, utility contractors (UIP’s/ICP’s) and energy companies delivering utility infrastructure solutions to new housing and commercial developments.

We don’t aim to profit from the actual construction of our networks. Instead, our revenue is generated by the ownership of the utilities networks in perpetuity; so we offset future earnings against the utility construction costs of your development. That is why we are so competitive.

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Type
Subsidiary
HQ
Woolpit, GB
Founded
1995
GTC was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Woolpit, GB
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GTC Office Locations

GTC has an office in Woolpit
Woolpit, GB (HQ)
Woolpit Business Park Windmill Ave
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GTC Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

1995
GTC is a subsidiary of Brookfield Infrastructure Partners

GTC Financials

GTC's revenue was reported to be £129.63 m in FY, 2016
GBPFY, 2008FY, 2009FY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

11.9 m12.1 m14.1 m20.6 m25.5 m28.3 m84.9 m104.8 m129.6 m

Revenue growth, %

27%28%

Cost of goods sold

5.4 m4.5 m7 m11.5 m15.5 m18.5 m65.7 m84.8 m95.2 m

Gross profit

6.5 m7.6 m7.2 m9.1 m10.1 m9.8 m19.2 m19.9 m34.5 m
GBPFY, 2008FY, 2009FY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

3 m4.5 m1 m3.1 m1.8 m(1.4 m)1.5 m(447.3 k)2.6 m

Dividends Paid

50 m

Income Taxes Paid

(86 k)(813.8 k)(543.5 k)
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GTC News and Updates

Nvidia advances the deep learning ecosystem at GTC 2018

GUEST: In many ways, Nvidia is the beneficiary of having been in the right place at the right time with regard to AI. A confluence of advances in compute, data, and algorithms led to explosive interest in deep neural networks, and our current approach to training these depends pretty heavily on math…

Watch Nvidia drive a real car using Black Panther-style VR

One of the most exciting moments from the hit film Black Panther came to life today, as Nvidia’s Holodeck software enabled a driver using virtual reality to drive a car in the real world. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang offered the demonstration at the 2018 GPU Technology Conference (GTC) as an aside while …

Nvidia CEO comments on GPU shortage caused by Etherium

There’s currently a shortage of Nvidia GPUs and Nvidia’s CEO pointed to Etherium distributed ledgers as the cause. Today at Nvidia’s GTC conference he spoke to a group of journalists following his keynote address and addressed the shortage. Huang simply stated that Nvidia is not in the business of c…

Nvidia stuns by driving a car in real life through virtual reality

Today at Nvidia’s GTC conference the company unveiled a wild technology demo and it’s straight out of Black Panther. Simply put, a driver using virtual reality was remotely controlling a car in real life. “He’s not with us,” Jensen Huang, CEO of Nvidia, said pointing the driver on the stage. “He’s l…

Nvidia’s Drive Constellation lets autonomous cars drive billions of miles in VR

No matter how much you test a self-driving car, it isn’t enough. There are too many situations the artificial intelligence system has to train for and not enough testing time on the highways. So Nvidia has created Drive Constellation, a simulation platform that tests autonomous vehicles in virtual r…

Nvidia speeds up deep learning inference processing

Nvidia announced today that it has launched a number of efforts to speed deep learning inferencing, a form of logical reasoning that is critical for artificial intelligence applications. Some of its advances will be able to cut data center costs by up to 70 percent, and its graphics processing unit …
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