Laing O’Rourke is the largest privately owned construction company in the UK.
The company, which has hubs in Europe and Australia, operates in building construction, infrastructure construction, investment and development, modular manufacturing, engineering expertise and support services. Major UK projects include Ascot Racecourse, London Heathrow Terminal 5 and London Gateway Port.
“My experience of PageTiger has been nothing but positive. We use the tool to produce a wide variety of interactive workbooks for our internal development programmes. They range from management and leadership programmes, through to communication about specific construction-related school education programmes as well as launching our application process for an Engineering Masters programme.
As a creator of these workbooks, the great thing is having the ‘Ask a question’ pop-up, which I use regularly when I get stuck with how to do something: this user support is prompt, led by experts and very friendly.” Sharon Mbow, Head of Technical, Talent and Development
– Laing O'Rourke
- Employees: 15,234
- Hubs: 17
- Revenue: £2.513bn
- Countries: 7
Tarmac is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business.
Tarmac has contributed to some of the UK’s biggest construction projects, including The Sainsbury Laboratory, Wembley Stadium, Heathrow Terminal 5, Blackpool Sea Defences, The Shard and London 2012.
- Employees: 7,000
- Sites: 400
- Experience: 150 years
- Plants: 100
Founded in 1865, BAM Nuttall is a construction and civil engineering company with a portfolio of road, rail, nuclear, and other major projects worldwide.
In partnership with both public and private sectors, BAM Nuttall Ltd undertakes the full range of civil engineering activities for large and small-scale projects.
- Employees: 27,000
- Founded: 1865
- Revenue: €7bn
- Countries: 5
Galliford Try Plc
Galliford Try is a FTSE 250 business and one of the UK’s leading housebuilding and construction groups with revenues of £2.4 billion.
Founded in 1908, Galliford Try has over 2,000 employees working across the UK.
- Revenue: £2.4bn
- Founded: 1908
- Employees: 2,000
- HQ: Uxbridge, UK
A global leader in the development and manufacture of drainage and surface water management systems, ACO was founded in 1946 by Josef-Severin Ahlmann.
Today the ACO Group has a research and production base that reaches across four continents, with 29 production facilities and 40 operations centres around the world.
- Employees: 3,500
- Operation Centres: 40
- Production facilities: 31
- Countries: 13
Amalgamated Construction Ltd. (AMCO)
AMCO provides specialist multi-discipline engineering services throughout the UK.
The company provides a diverse range of civil, building, mechanical and electrical, engineering services to the rail, environmental and energy sectors.
- Employees: 5,000
- Founded: 1970