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Top 100 contractors – year to June

Rank Contractor Projects Value
1 Winvic 31 £1,794M
2 Royal BAM 63 £1,548M
3 Laing O’Rourke 9 £1,519M
4 Kier 126 £1,450M
5 ISG 72 £1,333M
6 Morgan Sindall 123 £1,234M
7 Bowmer & Kirkland 76 £1,190M
8 Wilmott Dixon 82 £1,024M
9 Wates 44 £981M
10 Costain 5 £948M
11 John Graham 38 £944M
12 Skanska 18 £902M
13 Galliford Try 61 £797M
14 Balfour Beatty 31 £756M
15 Sir Robert McAlpine 22 £724M
16 Mace 12 £704M
17 Multiplex Europe 14 £690M
18 Bouygues 16 £619M
19 VolkerWessels 22 £616M
20 RJ McLeod 6 £554M
21 Vinci 47 £531M
22 Buckingham Group 15 £468M
23 McAleer & Rushe 11 £466M
24 TSL 14 £465M
25 Tarmac 27 £447M
26 McLaren 16 £444M
27 Readie 23 £425M
28 Robertson 52 £406M
29 Farrans 15 £400M
30 HG 15 £384M
31 Lendlease 7 £366M
32 McLaughlin & Harvey 22 £331M
33 GMI 18 £314M
34 Tilbury Douglas 38 £294M
35 Commercial Development Projects 18 £289M
36 Dragados 1 £286M
37 Engie 42 £267M
38 Henry Construction 11 £237M
39 United Living 6 £234M
40 Vistry 18 £230M
41 Tolent 22 £222M
42 Caddick 24 £217M
43 Midas 31 £209M
44 BCEGI 1 £203M
45 John Sisk 7 £201M
46 A & H 17 £186M
47 Domis 9 £182M
48 Milestone Infrastructure 2 £181M
49 Gear 1 £180M
50 Hargreaves Services 1 £175M
51 CCG 22 £173M
52 FCC 1 £171M
53 Roadbridge 1 £171M
54 Glencar 22 £169M
55 RG Carter 30 £168M
56 Beard 53 £167M
57 Ardmore 4 £164M
58 Hill Partnerships 7 £159M
59 Gilbert – Ash 10 £154M
60 Seddon 20 £153M
61 Colmore Tang 1 £150M
62 Swanside 1 £150M
63 SDC 22 £141M
64 Renaker 3 £140M
65 Barnwood 15 £130M
66 Clegg 15 £123M
67 Esh 25 £123M
68 Higgins 8 £122M
69 Henry Boot 7 £121M
70 Willmott Dixon 6 £118M
71 Ballymore Group 2 £115M
72 Lindum 33 £113M
73 Oktra 4 £113M
74 J Murphy 23 £111M
75 Eric Wright 17 £105M
76 Muir Construction 11 £104M
77 Osborne 16 £103M
78 Ferrovial 1 £100M
79 JJ Rhatigan & Company 2 £100M
80 Neilcott 21 £99M
81 Colas 3 £97M
82 Brymor 10 £96M
83 Ardmore 2 £90M
84 Spencer 6 £90M
85 Barnes Construction 14 £89M
86 Jarvis Contracting 6 £89M
87 Speller Metcalfe 24 £84M
88 Parkway 7 £83M
89 Barnfield 14 £80M
90 CJ O’Shea 2 £80M
91 RG 2 £77M
92 Barhale 1 £76M
93 Bouygues 1 £76M
94 RG Group 6 £75M
95 Watkin Jones 2 £75M
96 RGB 4 £74M
97 Taylor Wimpey 5 £73M
98 Conlon 21 £73M
99 Wynne Construction 17 £72M
100 MCS 15 £71M

Top 50 contractors – wins in June

Rank Contractor Projects Value
1 BCEGI 1 £202.5M
2 Winvic 6 £194.2M
3 HG 3 £174.0M
4 Kier 10 £166.1M
5 John Graham 3 £163.0M
6 Bouygues 2 £114.0M
7 Ardmore 2 £112.9M
8 Lendlease 1 £108.2M
9 Ferrovial 1 £100.0M
10 Bowmer & Kirkland 9 £94.3M
11 Barnwood 1 £90.0M
12 Built-B BV 1 £58.7M
13 McAleer & Rushe 1 £50.0M
14 VolkerWessels 2 £46.6M
15 Royal BAM 3 £45.2M
16 Readie 4 £44.5M
17 ISG 4 £43.0M
18 Morgan Sindall 5 £39.6M
19 Glencar 6 £35.5M
20 GMI 1 £31.0M
21 Vistry 1 £29.6M
22 Galldris 1 £28.5M
23 RG Carter 3 £27.3M
24 Lovell 1 £27.1M
25 NK Construction 1 £27.0M
26 Sir Robert McAlpine 2 £27.0M
27 Higgins 1 £25.0M
29 Galliford Try 4 £23.5M
30 Barnes Construction 3 £22.0M
31 Muir Construction 1 £21.3M
32 Henry Construction 2 £20.4M
33 London Building Company 1 £20.3M
34 Midas 5 £20.1M
35 Pacalis 1 £20.0M
36 SDC 5 £18.4M
37 Multiplex Europe 1 £17.6M
38 Tricas Construction 1 £17.3M
39 Jenner 2 £17.0M
40 Robertson 6 £16.9M
41 Wates 3 £15.7M
42 Rateavon 1 £15.0M
43 Countryside 2 £14.8M
44 Aggregate Industries 2 £14.7M
45 RJ McLeod 1 £14.0M
46 Dandara 1 £13.6M
47 Willmott Dixon 2 £13.3M
48 Brenig Construction 1 £13.2M
49 FM Conway 2 £12.5M
50 John Turner 1 £12.5M

Top 50 clients – awards in June

Rank Client Projects Value
1 Tata Steel 2 £481.5M
2 Chinese Embassy 1 £202.5M
3 Edmund De Rothschild Real Estate 2 £146.4M
4 Finchatton 1 £111.0M
5 Lendlease 1 £108.2M
6 Norfolk County Council 3 £106.9M
7 Platform Life 1 £100.0M
8 Arlington Business Parks 1 £90.0M
9 Catalyst Housing Group 1 £84.0M
10 Future Generation 1 £80.0M
11 Legal and General 2 £79.6M
12 Kings College London 2 £79.0M
13 Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust 1 £61.0M
14 Warmflame Developments 1 £58.7M
15 Department For Education 4 £57.3M
16 Ridgeback Group 1 £50.0M
17 Environment Agency 1 £46.0M
18 Vita Group 1 £41.8M
19 The Arlington Group 1 £40.0M
20 Energiekontor UK 1 £37.0M
21 Clowes Developments 3 £35.9M
22 Tritax 2 £34.0M
23 The Symphony Group Plc 1 £31.0M
24 Swansea City and County Council 5 £30.8M
25 North Somerset Council 1 £30.0M
26 North London Waste Authority 1 £28.5M
27 Coromandel Holding 1 £28.0M
28 Sunderland City Council 2 £27.5M
29 Melin Homes 1 £27.1M
30 Vantage Data Centres 1 £27.1M
31 Castletown Commissioners 1 £27.0M
32 Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 1 £27.0M
33 London Borough of Islington 1 £25.0M
34 Great Places 1 £24.0M
35 Prologis UK 1 £21.5M
36 Muir Construction 1 £21.3M
37 Thatchers Cider Company 1 £21.2M
38 Goodman Logistics 2 £21.0M
39 Purley Baptist Church 1 £20.3M
40 Pacalis (SDV) and Josephis 1 £20.0M
41 The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 2 £18.1M
42 Clarion Housing Latimer 1 £18.0M
43 Warburtons 1 £18.0M
44 The Wrekin Housing Group 1 £17.3M
45 Milford Haven Port Authority 1 £17.2M
46 London Borough of Hounslow 4 £16.5M
47 Exeter Student Housing Sarl 1 £16.0M
48 East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust 3 £15.3M
49 Tungsten Properties 3 £15.1M
50 Bristol City Council 1 £15.0M

Top 50 clients - year to June

Rank Client Projects Value
1 Highways England 30 £2,825.3M
2 Olympus Property Holding 1 £1,300.0M
3 Network Rail 77 £935.5M
4 Department For Education 61 £707.4M
5 SSE 9 £623.4M
6 The Welsh Government 6 £517.3M
7 Tata Steel 2 £481.5M
8 Newlands Developments 1 £406.5M
9 Oakview Group 1 £350.0M
10 Qatari Diar 1 £350.0M
11 IM Properties 3 £340.0M
12 Bluebutton Properties 2 £300.0M
13 Power by Britishvolt 1 £250.0M
14 Segro 13 £246.5M
15 Reef Estates /UrbanR 4 £244.7M
16 Prologis 8 £244.2M
17 Ministry of Justice 19 £243.2M
18 Transport for West Midlands 5 £232.0M
19 Bericote Properties 2 £224.0M
20 Knight Knox International 2 £224.0M
21 Lidl 47 £221.5M
22 London Borough of Barking and Dagenham 11 £215.7M
23 St Modwen 16 £212.2M
24 Bruntwood Estates 4 £211.8M
25 Oxfordshire County Council 10 £209.7M
26 First Panattoni 5 £208.2M
27 Environment Agency 26 £205.2M
28 Chinese Embassy 1 £202.5M
29 Homes England 14 £201.8M
30 Taradina Number 2 1 £189.2M
31 Mountpark Logistics 1 £186.6M
32 The Peel Group 11 £185.5M
33 Clarion 11 £182.5M
34 Art’otel 1 £180.0M
35 Seven Capital 3 £179.6M
36 West Cumbria Mining 1 £175.0M
37 Suffolk County Council 12 £168.9M
38 Stoford Properties 5 £167.2M
39 Commercial Development Projects 6 £162.9M
40 University of Oxford 8 £162.2M
41 Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Trust 2 £156.0M
42 Ministry of Defence 26 £155.6M
43 Land Securities Group 5 £152.5M
44 Renfrewshire Council 11 £151.9M
45 Norfolk County Council 20 £150.8M
46 Sourced Developments 1 £150.0M
47 Quadrant Estates 2 £149.6M
48 Edmund De Rothschild Real Estate 2 £146.4M
49 Muse Developments 4 £146.3M
50 Associated British Ports 14 £141.4M

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Contractor payment records

Payment performance – collated by Build UK
Firm Average payment days % invoices not paid to terms % paid in 60 days

Vinci

24 14 95

Morgan Sindall

27 9 98

Sir Robert McAlpine

28 15 94

John Sisk & Son

29 24 94

Willmott Dixon

30 11 98

Kier

30 21 90

Mace

30 28 92

Interserve

30 39 95

ISG

31 13 99

VolkerWessels

31 22 95

Osborne

31 26 93

Amey

31 38 93

Lendlease

32 12 96

Wates

32 16 97

Laing O’Rourke

32 20 90

Costain

32 26 91

Robertson 

34 42 92

Canary Wharf Contractors

35 15 89

BAM Construct

36 26 94

Murphy

36 33 88

Winvic 

37 15 97

Bowmer and Kirkland

37 27 95

Skanska

39 9 91

Balfour Beatty

40 31 91

Galliford Try

41 13 92

Graham 

41 25 82

Bouygues

42 27 90

McLaren 

42 62 89

BAM Nuttall

47 24 90

Multiplex

49 33 80

Seddon

51 18 90

Freelance trades pay rates

Self-employed trades average weekly pay stood at £878 across all sectors in April.

The best-performing regions for earnings growth last month were the South West (+29%), the North East (+27%) and Yorkshire and the Humber (+27%)

Region April 2021

Average

Month on Month

% Change

Year on Year

% Change

North East £734 -6.9% 27.0%
North West £862 -4.3% 22.4%
Yorkshire and the Humber £817 -4.9% 26.9%
East Midlands £938 -3.1% 16.1%
West Midlands £889 -4.1% 19.5%
Wales £863 3.6% 22.4%
East of England £952 -6.3% 17.2%
London £847 -6.7% 4.7%
South East £917 -5.5% 18.6%
South West £847 -4.4% 29.1%