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Strong results for WYG

White Young Green have announced strong half year results, with profits up by 14 per cent to the end of December last.

The company, which operates as a consultant to the built, natural and social environment, employs over 300 people in Limerick, Cork, Dublin, Belfast and Derry.

Its revenue increased by 19 per cent while the value of lis order book increased 27 per cent to €407 million.

Commenting on the results, Chairman Peter Wood said:

“I am pleased to report another strong set of results for White Young Green (WYG) characterised by double digit organic growth, double digit operating margins on net revenue and double digit order book growth. Trading conditions remain favourable across the Group and WYG enters the second half of the financial year with growing confidence and optimism.”

The company also announced two new acquisitions last week. Tweeds - a Quantity Surveying, Project Management and Health and Safety business employing 150 staff in London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Mold and The Isle of Man and Farningham McCreadie, a leading planning consultancy in Scotland and Ireland with offices in Edinburgh and Belfast.

 

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