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Plowman Craven Passes Reins To Its Employees

By Eric Van Rees - 22nd April 2021 - 08:05

UK surveyor, Plowman Craven, has announced it has become an Employee Owned Trust (EOT) on 23 March 2021 following the sale of investors’ shares to its employees.

Plowman Craven has since joined the likes of Arup, Mott MacDonald, Black & Veatch and Triton Construction by moving to an employee ownership business model.

Announcing the EOT, Andy Molloy, MD of Plowman Craven said: “As our continuous success and growth of the next 50 years rests on our expert employees, we decided to make the leap into a fully employee-owned era. The EOT gives us the opportunity to unlock value within the business without losing everything that makes Plowman Craven so good at what we do. Over the last 18 months we considered various business model alternatives but our highly agile and robust performance through the pandemic convinced us that maintaining innovative independence was our favoured option.”

The move will enable the technical consultancy’s staff to become more invested financially and emotionally in the business’ future trajectory, as well as benefit from the generous tax allowances that exist for profit sharing under the EOT regulations.

Plowman Craven will create further employee consultancy groups within the business in the coming months to provide additional avenues for employees to be more engaged with the decision-making processes of the company.

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