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Balfour Beatty vs Carillion: In numbers

How the contractors measure up as their boards discuss a potential merger.

Balfour Beatty vs Carillion 2013 results

Balfour Beatty’s group revenue excluding joint ventures for 2013 grew 1 per cent from £8.65bn the previous year, while Carillion’s fell 9.1 per cent from £3.67bn.

 

Balfour Beatty Carillion combined 2013 results


The proposed merger would create a £12.05bn turnover company based on 2013 figures, nearly four times that generated by Laing O’Rourke over the same period and around six times that of Interserve and Morgan Sindall.

 

Interactive: Where are Balfour Beatty (blue) and Carillions’ (green) offices?

 

Balfour Carillion 2013 global workforce

The potential merger would create a total global workforce of more than 64,000 based on 2013 numbers.

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