Galliford Try is a FTSE 250 housebuilding and construction group. The company originated in the village of Wolvey, in the outskirts of Coventry and has a long and proud association with the City.
Since first delivering the iconic ring-road system, Galliford Try has been involved in the development of key referents in Coventry’s built environment: the Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry Sports Centre, Midlands Sports Centre, Hillfields Health Care Centre, Caludon Castle School, JFK House, Earlsdon Retirement Village as well as many other schools, healthcare facilities, housing schemes and infrastructure projects were delivered by our teams. Currently we are on site at the new student accommodation project at Godiva Place, another fine addition to Coventry’s landscape and are committed to continue delivering other leading projects over the coming years.
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