QTS has added £ 37 million to its half-yearly turnover
Renew achieved pre-tax revenue of £ 11.7 million for the six months ended March 31, 2019, in comparison with an interim lack of £ 1.6 million final yr. Adjusted working revenue elevated by 39% to £ 18.4m (H1 2018: £ 13.2m) and its turnover elevated by 15% to £ 301m (H1 2018: £ 262m) .
Chief Govt Paul Scott mentioned the document outcomes had been partly as a result of acquisition of QTS for £ 80 million in Might 2018. Through the interval, the turnover of QTS has reached £ 37 million.
As of March 31, 2019, the online debt was solely £ 17.2 million, or four.2 million lower than the earlier six months.
Main tasks over the interval embody the restoration work at Westminster Palace, the place work is continuous on the forged iron roof restoration framework and the structural restore of the Elizabeth Tower (Massive Ben).
"Our involvement in a number of phases of labor on this UNESCO World Heritage Web site positions us effectively for main long-term renovation packages," mentioned Paul Scott.
Renew additionally secured all Community Rail CP6 renewal bids for which it bid, sustaining its positions since CP5. This consists of the five-year geotechnical and earthworks framework and the five-year multi-disciplinary renewal framework within the North East Scotland (NSA) area.