For contractors, despite the turmoil and delay of the year since Brexit, it is clear that for some at least market conditions are relatively benign.
But for many others market conditions, particularly since the referendum and the slowdown in the London housing market, are not seen as so possible.
See tomorrow's website for the full list of the Top 150 contractors and housebuilders, and our analysis of overall turnover changes since last year and the changes in companies' all important pre-tax margins.
|2017||2016||Company||Total turnover £000||Pre-tax profit £000||Year-end||Contracting £000|
|16||18||Bowmer & Kirkland||930,668||61,473||15-Aug||930,668|
|19||20||Sir Robert McAlpine||869,609||10,234||15-Oct||813,472|
The data in these tables is provided to Building by construction data firm Barbour ABI and is based upon the most recent accounts filed for each of the relevant companies. Housebuilders, building main contractors, civil engineering contractors, fit-out contractors, other subcontractors and “hard” FM/building services management companies have been included. Where firms are owned by international companies, then the data is from the relevant UK subsidiary business /businesses. Data for the sectoral breakdown of turnover has been included where supplied. Any queries regarding the data should be directed to Barbour ABI. To contact, call 0151-3533 500, email email@example.com or visit barbour-abi.com