Galliford Try has announced that its highways business has rebranded as Galliford Try Infrastructure, reflecting the advancement of its strategic priorities.
Under the leadership of Managing Director David Lowery, the business has developed a high performing capability in the highways sector, enabling it to provide a broad value proposition in its adjacent markets. Galliford Try Infrastructure will maintain a focus on its core highways offering, enhancing the portfolio with urban, multi-modal transport schemes that embrace lower carbon travel choices.
The name change reflects the growth of the business to deliver expertise across the wider UK infrastructure market, and comes on the back of a recent realignment, which saw three business streams of National Highways, Local Authorities and Major Projects created.
Bill Hocking, Chief Executive of Galliford Try, commented: “This rebrand marks a significant milestone in the delivery of our Sustainable Growth Strategy and our progress towards our 2026 strategic objectives. Our Infrastructure business has had a successful period and the growth in its order book is complemented by a growing reputation across the industry.”
David Lowery, Managing Director of Galliford Try Infrastructure, added: “This evolution reflects our ability to provide a greater variety of infrastructure solutions, supporting our customers to overcome challenges, realise value and deliver positive outcomes.
“I am excited to work with all our stakeholders as we look to enhance our contribution, delivering the vital infrastructure that the country needs, improving lives and connecting people, while ensuring that we as an industry tackle the climate challenge.”