Galliford Try announces brand reshuffle


Galliford Try will fold its MCS Control Systems business into its Lintott brand. 

Galliford Try logo.
Credit: Galliford Try.

The Group acquired MCS, a systems integrator to industrial and utilities sectors, last year. 

It acquired Lintott in October 2021 following the administration of NMCN, as well as NMCN water business assets. 

The MCS and Lintott operations will merge and operate under the Lintott banner. 

Both Coventry and Norwich facilities will continue to operate. 

The enlarged Lintott business will operate as part of Galliford’s Environment division’s recently created Water Technologies business stream.  

“This rebrand represents yet another milestone in the progression of our Sustainable Growth Strategy, which has seen our Environment business become the leading provider to the water sector,” said Steve Slessor, managing director for Galliford Try’s Environment business. 

“This is a very exciting period for our business as we continue to evolve our capability in off-site build, capital maintenance and asset optimisation, allowing us to share best practice and benefit from the expertise of both businesses and build on our unique position to support our clients deliver the UK’s water needs through the improved resilience, efficiency and optimisation of their assets.” 

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