This London construction services firm was founded in 1975 by chairman Thomas McCarron, 68, and has expanded from site logistics into waste management, security and facilities maintenance services for the construction sector. Projects it has worked on include the retractable roof of Wimbledon’s No 1 court and the American embassy at Nine Elms, London. Profits hit £10.1m in 2019. Its work on the regeneration of Battersea power station stopped last month and, alongside other contractors, has given masks and protective gear to the NHS.
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