Company name: Hughes and Salvidge
What they do: Decommissioning and demolition services
The Boss: Jean Stevenson
Latest turnover (£,000): 25,490
Four-year compound sales growth (%): 41
Latest Ebitda (£,000): 3,216
Established in 1964, Hughes and Salvidge is now one of the UK’s top decommissioning and demolition contractors. No job seems too big for the company, which has previously been hired to take down army barracks, rip up airport runways, demolish 20-storey tower blocks with explosives and more.
Hughes and Salvidge is no rogue builder, though. The company owns its own recycling and waste management subsidiaries to ensure that the job is done sustainably and cleanly – where possible, the company aims to recycle over 95 per cent of the materials reclaimed on any given job. In the last four years, sales have grown from £9m to £25.5m with a pre-tax profit of £3.2m.
- Read the full Hot 100 2013 list
- Read the full Hot 1002013 analysis
- Read the full details of the Hot 100 methodology.
- The Hot 100 2013 is produced in association with Investec, Jordans, Cass Business School and Your Business Your Future.
- The 2013 Hot 100 was announced at the 2013 Investec Entrepreneurs’ Summit, held on June 7, 2013 at the London Corinthia.
- Follow Hot 100 and other Real Business entrepreneurial news on Twitter and #invhot100 #entrepreneurs2013
- Sign up for the Real Business newsletter.
Share this story