|Headquarters||Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom|
|John Clugston, (Chairman)|
Glynn Thomas, (interim CEO)
|Revenue||circa £175 million p.a.|
Number of employees
The company was founded by LG Clugston in 1937 on Humberside as Clugston Cawood. Initially, it pioneered the development and use of recycled blast furnace slag from Scunthorpe’s iron and steel plants. This was used in the construction of runways for the RAF in the Second World War, and led the company into civil engineering, road construction and the building of sea defences on the east coast.
In June 2009, the then company CEO Stephen Martin went 'undercover' at the company for the television series of Channel 4, Undercover Boss. Martin described the experience as extremely positive, and implemented a number of new measures as a result.
In February 2017, Martin left to become director-general of the Institute of Directors, and was replaced by Bob Vickers (formerly a director of Carillion Construction Services). Vickers resigned as CEO in June 2019; Glynn Thomas became interim CEO.
The company is organised into five divisions:
- Facilities Management
- Private Finance
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- Clugston: Structure Archived 2 December 2008 at the Wayback Machine