Galliford Try wins £98m trio of infrastructure contracts

Galliford Try has announced it has won three civils contract wins worth a total £98m. One job, for Calderdale Council, is on the £34m A629 Phase 2 Halifax town centre scheme. The redevelopment will see Galliford Try improve transport in the area through pedestrianisation, new cycle routes, new bus stops and upgraded crossing facilities. The […]

Galliford Try’s growing Highways business rebrands to Infrastructure

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 […]

Galliford Try’s Highways team grows with appointment of Julie Crawford

The Galliford Try Highways business has appointed Julie Crawford as its national highways director. Ms Crawford will be responsible for the businesses’ strategic relationship with National Highways. In her new role as director of Galliford Try’s Highways division, Julie will continue to develop the Group’s key strategic relationship with National Highways, ensuring alignment with their […]

Galliford Try Highways business appointed to £85m Melton Mowbray contract

Galliford Try’s Highways business has been appointed to a £85m contract with Leicestershire County Council to build the new North East Melton Mowbray Distributor Road. The project, procured through the Midlands Highways Alliance (MHA) and part-funded by the Department for Transport, will see a new road built to connect branches of the A606 around the […]

Galliford Try appoints Richard Towse to highways team

 Galliford Try has appointed Richard Towse in the role of commercial director within its highways business. Mr Towse has joined Galliford Try from Volker Stevin, where he was also commercial director. Before that he held similar roles at Carillion, Alfred McAlpine, Balfour Beatty and Morgan Sindall. He takes over from David Bates, who left the […]

Galliford Try’s Highways business makes two new key appointments

Galliford Try’s Highways Business has made two new appointments as it seeks to play its part in delivering the Group’s Sustainable Growth Strategy. Alison Chippington, a chartered civil engineer with more than 30 years’ experience, is set to become the new Pre-Construction Director for the business, with responsibility for all aspects of work-winning, tender strategies, […]


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