Network Plus is delighted to break into the Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 companies.
Published Sunday 27th September, the annual league table https://www.fasttrack.co.uk/league-tables/top-track-250/league-table/ ranks Britain’s top-performing, mid-market companies by sales. Reaching a position of 115, Network Plus join other companies such as high street brand Kurt Geiger and Consultancy firm Turner and Townsend.
The growth of Network Plus
Network Plus achieved an impressive 30% compound annual growth rate over the last three years and are on track to generate revenues of £220 million this year. With a decade of experience and focus on service, in the last year, Network Plus has won long-term contracts with regulated utility organisations including Affinity Water, Bristol Water, Cadent and Yorkshire Water. Coupled with demand for additional services with existing clients such as Electricity North West, Severn Trent, Scottish and Southern Energy and United Utilities, the company forecasts strong future sales.
Network Plus Joint Chief Executive, Stuart Fraser, said: “We have experienced a significant period of rapid growth and we have scaled the business to expand our footprint and broaden our services. To have achieved this, with a backdrop of global uncertainty and unprecedented challenges, is testament to our team and our clients trust in us. I am extremely proud that we have continued to prove our resilience and ability to deliver.
It is exciting to say that our growth trajectory continues. Our pipeline is strong, and we look forward to continuing to provide local employment opportunities across the UK. We remain focussed on delivering vital infrastructure services on behalf of our clients to homes, businesses and the public.”