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Galliford Try Q&A: hear the latest from this construction firm

Chief finance officer Andrew Duxbury of Galliford Try Holdings (LSE:GFRD) presents their half-year results and answers a range of investor questions. The event, held on 7 March 2022, is brought to you by our friends at Investor Meet Company.

Highlights

Q&A: 17:10

About the company:   

Galliford Try Holdings is a British construction company operating solely in the UK. The company's operating segments are building and infrastructure. It funds major projects through PPP Investments and provides facilities management for its constructed buildings. It generates the most revenue from the building segment. The company construction business predominantly works in the public and regulated sectors, as well as with major private companies. These sectors include health, education, and defence. Within its infrastructure business, it works on road, rail, airport, water and flood alleviation projects. They enter into five different types of contracts with clients: fixed-price, cost-plus, target cost, frameworks, and long-term private finance.

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