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  • Group Five is a South african multidisciplinary construction group with an established and growing international client base engaged in resources, energy and infrastructure delivery.

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  • Introduction to the group


    The group’s strategy is to secure growth and reduce earnings volatility by capturing multiple margin streams across the infrastructure value chain by:



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  • Delivery during the year


    The group stringently monitors its performance. This section outlines a number of scorecards to demonstrate how we delivered over the last few years.



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  • Messages from the team


    In a difficult year, Group Five adhered to a disciplined and responsible approach to very weak and unpredictable markets. This section outlines reports from our team.



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  • Annual financial statements


    Against tough economic conditions, the group has followed a strategy of focusing on margins and cash while managing the risk of losing key capacity.



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  REVIEW FROM THE CEO / Pg 081
Although the construction industry in the group’s targeted geographies and sectors still has solid medium and long term prospects, the reality which emerged over the short term is that conditions have been much worse than envisaged during the business planning and budgeting undertaken in F2010.
 
  REVIEW FROM THE CFO / Pg 086
The group had to decide whether it was going to increase order in-take at potentially low margin and cash negative returns to cover unutilised assets or whether it would reduce the asset base and focus on margin and cash retention. The group has clearly communicated its strategy of choosing to focus on margins and cash while managing the risk of losing key capacity.
 
 
   

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