Ten Year Plan

Today’s market presents many challenges and opportunities and Murphy’s position in it is changing rapidly. We need to change to respond to these opportunities and to build upon our heritage. Over the next few years we expect there will be further industry consolidation of our competitors, leaving five leading construction groups with revenues of over £5bn.

To maintain our independence and to mitigate the risk of Murphy being marginalised during this consolidation we must urgently address the challenges and strengthen our short, medium and long term position in the market by increasing our relevance, resilience and quality of earnings.

Therefore, we have developed our ten-year vision, our values and aligned our objectives in our business plan. Our plan addresses what we have to do to achieve our vision and details the measures to improve our business, especially during 2016 and 2017, a period we refer to as the transition period. This will lead to demonstrable business improvement in 2018 and beyond. Our plan offers a confident view of our ability to achieve the ultimate goals of our plan.

Murphy's ten-year plan outlines the future of the business and how it intends to grow and develop over the coming decade, generating revenues of £2bn by 2025. Click the document below to read more.

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