Galliford Try has evolved through the decades to become one of the UK’s leading housebuilding, regeneration and construction groups, with revenues of £2.7 billion. Some of the most significant milestones in our journey are outlined below:

Our Company History

Galliford Try has evolved through the decades to become one of the UK’s leading housebuilding and construction groups, with revenues of £1.5 billion. Some of the most significant milestones in our journey are outlined below:

2016
  • Today Galliford Try is a top 10 housebuilding and construction company delivering high profile schemes that contribute to the improvement of the built environment.
2014
  • Galliford Try acquires Miller Construction, a UK construction business delivering building and infrastructure projects to both the public and private sectors.
2011
  • The Housebuilding Division re-brands to Linden Homes.
  • Galliford Try re-enters the FTSE 250 Index.
Linden Homes
2009
  • Galliford Try sets up a business in Qatar focusing on infrastructure projects in the public and regulated sectors.
  • Galliford Try acquires Rosemullion Homes, a Cornish housebuilder.
Rosemullion Homes
2007
  • Galliford Try acquires Linden Homes, a housebuilding business in the South of England.
  • Built by Morrison Construction, the Falkirk Wheel, the world’s first rotating boat lift, connecting the Union Canal to the Forth and Clyde Canal, features on the Scottish £50 note.
  • Galliford Try is appointed to develop Graylingwell in Chichester, the UK’s first major net zero carbon development.
  • In the north east of England, Galliford Try acquires Kendall Cross, an affordable housing contractor.
LINDEN
2006
  • Lincolnshire based housebuilder Chartdale Homes is acquired.
  • Morrison Construction is acquired, making Galliford Try Group one of the UK’s top 10 contractors.
  • Morrison Construction wins a major framework contract for the demolition, remediation and associated civils works at Olympic Park in East London.
Morrison Construction
2002
  • Galliford Try achieves a landmark achievement in the history of PFI with the delivery of the first multiple schools PFI scheme in the UK, the Birmingham Schools project.
Company History
2001
  • The Group’s turnover reaches £570m.
  • Gerald Wood Homes, a housebuilder in the South West of England, is purchased.
GERALD WOOD HOMES - Special homes in special locations
2000
  • Galliford and Try merge to form Galliford Try.