Harrow-based Lancsville Construction is a family affair that’s been designing, building, altering and renovating for more than 30 years – and continues to flourish. Under the leadership Willam Henry, the business has built up a large trade, with sales reaching £131m last year, and pre-tax profits soared to £2.47m after the highest-paid director received emoluments of £604,467. (Mind, 2007’s best-paid director took home some £3.5m!) A testament to the company’s excellent reputation, it has recently finished work on two high-profile projects: helping to build a seven-storey, highly visible new building for City University’s School for Social Sciences in Islington; and helping to demolish and reconstruct new faculty buildings for Chelsea College for Art and Design at its new headquarters at Millbank in London.
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