We are pleased to report 2015/16 has seen a solid set of results with sales up 11% to £342m and PBT at £3m albeit at a lower level than our previous two record years.
Total secured work is up 4% to £445m (2015 – £428m) and our secured order book for 12 months (as at April 2016) has risen 9% to £264m from £242m in 2015.
Aligned to this robust set of results is a continually improving safety performance with AFR down to 0.17 (2015 – 0.23), increased investment in training with a 31% uplift to 6.4 average training days, and people retention up 13% to 87%.
Andy Steele, Group Chief Executive, said:
“I am confident that we are well-positioned to make the most of the emerging opportunities which come our way. The Osborne Group continues to look at different ways to complement its existing portfolio of companies.”