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Galliford Try

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Galliford Try is a FTSE 250 business and one of the UK’s leading housebuilding and construction groups with revenues of £2.3 billion.

Galliford Try operates in the construction, infrastructure, Homes and FM sectors, operating under the brand names of Galliford Try, Galliford Try Partnerships, Morrison Construction and Linden Homes.

Sustainability and Supply Chain

Our vision is “to be leaders in the construction of a sustainable future” and we are proud of our sustainability achievements, which include:

  • Constituent member of the FTSE4Good index
  • NextGeneration sustainability benchmark Silver Award
  • What House? Sustainable Developer of the Year Silver Award

Sustainability is not a separate part of Galliford Try but embedded throughout our business. Our approach is strategic, with clearly defined objectives and targets that appropriately address the sustainability risks and opportunities facing our business and our stakeholders. We monitor performance through a robust governance structure and are committed to publicly reporting our progress. Our supply chain and integral to our achievement of these targets.

Why a Partner?

We are active partners of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, and regularly host and support their events. We encourage all of our supply chain to join the School and make use of the extensive free resources to make their business more sustainable.

“Galliford Try will only achieve its aim to deliver more responsible and sustainable business by working with the right supply chain partners – those already skilled in sustainable solutions, and those willing to learn. Being a partner in the Supply Chain Sustainability School is important to us as it provides the support and resources for suppliers and subcontractors to identify and meet their development needs. It also gives our own employees the same ability to learn and better integrate environmental and social responsibility in to the projects we deliver.”
Kevin Moran, Group Procurement Director