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Grafton Group


Grafton Group has acquired Allsand Supplies, the Kent-based building supply firm.
02-Feb-2016


Grafton Group has acquired T Brewer & Co, the London-based timber firm, for undisclosed terms.
06-Jan-2016


Grafton Group has acquired Carlton Manufacturing, the Rotherham-based construction materials firm, for £1.4m.
02-Sep-2015


Grafton Group has acquired TG Lynes, the London-based distributor of mechanical engineering products, in order to expand its Plumbase Industrial business.
03-Mar-2015


Grafton Group has acquired Crescent Building Supplies, the Ruislip-based chain of four branches.
03-Dec-2014


Grafton Group has acquired Direct Builders Merchants, the Kent-based chain with three branches, for undisclosed terms.
02-Sep-2014


Grafton is planning to acquire Heiton, the Irish building materials group, for £226m.
09-Aug-2004


Grafton Group has acquired Plumbline Supplies, the Scottish chain of 17 plumbing merchants, as well as the Telfords chain of three branches in Ireland.
07-Oct-2003


Grafton is to acquire Jackson Building Centres, the Lincoln-based chain of 18 builders' merchants, for £87m.
05-Feb-2003


Grafton Group has announced the recent acquisition of a further four builders merchants, including GA Day of Portsmouth, BSG of East London, Norman Rhead of Stoke and Hawkesford of Market Drayton.
13-Jun-2001


Grafton Group has acquired Essex Heating Supplies for £13m, and will merge the business with its Plumbase building supplies division.
16-May-2000


Grafton Group has expanded the Oxford-based headquarters of its Buildbase chain of builders merchants, following the acquisition of 12 Deben branches in London and two further companies in Ludlow and Stevenage.
06-Jan-2000


Grafton has acquired Deben Builders Merchant of London for £6m.
12-Nov-1998


Grafton Group of Dublin has bought RJ Johnson & Co, the Oxford builders merchant, and PPS Structural Services, the Scottish mortar business.
04-Jan-1996