Find out which construction millionaires have made it onto the 2008 Sunday Times Rich List

The construction industry may not produce as many zillionaires as the property sector but it still has its fair share.

We reveal the familiar names who have joined the super wealthy on the 2008 Sunday Times Rich List and find out which housebuilding dynasties have been hit by the mortgage crunch.

The first figure shows the position in the UK Rich List.

34th Sir Anthony Bamford and Family – £1,950m
Own JCB group, manufacturers of construction equipment

81st Kevin and Michael Lagan - £928m
Heads of Lagan Group, a Belfast-based construction group
2007: 71st, £928m

110th Keith Miller and Family - £730m
Chief executive Keith Miller and immediate family have 25% share in Miller Group
2007: 87th, £810m

112th David Wilson and Family - £729m
Family-owned Wilson Bowden was bought by Barratt in £2.2bn deal last May
2007: 101st, £729m

178th John Bloor - £475m
Owns Bloor Holdings which includes Bloor Homes and motorbike manufacturer Triumph
2007: 189th, £425m

184th Terry Bramall and family - £450m
Bramall sold stake in regeneration specialist Keepmoat last year
2007: 252nd, £293m

199th Steve Morgan - £430m
One time suiter of Liverpool FC made his forture from sale of Redrow Homes.
2007: 177th, £450m

199th Ray O'Rourke and family - £430m
Sunday Times says Laing O'Rourke is worth £400m to Ray.
2007: 208th, £370m

206th Shepherd Family - £420m
Family own York-based Shepherd Building Group.
2007: 190th, £420m

214th Stewart Milne and family - £400m
Founder of Stewart Milne Group has seen wealth soar over last year
2007: 251st, £294m

249th Remo Dipre and family - £352m
Family owns Epsom-based housebuilder Gladedale
2007: 151st £500m

297th John Kirkland and family - £275m
Strong year for Derbyshire construction group Bowmer & Kirkland
2007: 304th, £240m

312th David Mabey and family - £260m
46-year old chairs plant and construction firm Mabey Holdings
2007: 235th, £310m

312th Clinton, Spencer and John McCarthy - £260m
Retirement home specialists still going strong with Churchill Retirement Living run by John’s sons Clinton and Spencer.
2007: £220m, 237

325th Lord Foster - £250m
British star-architect credited with Swiss Re, Beijing Airport and the Millau Bridge
2007: 249th, £629m

366th Paul Caddisk and family - £220m
Founded Wetherby-based Caddick Group

390th Charles Gallagher and family - £205m
Abbey housebuilding group
2007: 313th, £230m

394th John Lynch and family - £203m
Chairs John Lynch (Builders), an Ayr construction group that has benefitted from soaring value of land holdings in Scotland

397th Martin Ainscough and family, £200m
Ainscough Crane Hire sold in £255m buyout last year
2007: 486th, £146m

431st Richard Harpin - £197m
Runs Homeserve, household repairs services group
2007: 322, £218m

438th John Murphy and family - £190m
J Murphy & Sons won £70m contract for cabling work for 2012 Games
2007: 627, £110m

468th Stef and Stelio Stephanou - £177m
John Doyle sold its maintenance operation Accord last year.

472nd Martin Laing and family - £175m
London-based construction group John Laing. Laing stepped down as chairman in 2002.
2007: 452nd, £155m