|Headquarters||Doncaster, United Kingdom|
|Tim Beale (chief executive officer)|
|Revenue||£1,133.5 million (2016)|
|£61.4 million (2016)|
|£62.2 million (2016)|
|Parent||TDR Capital and Sun Capital Partners (UK)|
The company was founded in Rotherham by George Bramall and Dick Ogden as Bramall & Ogden in 1931. It acquired Frank Haslam Milan (founded in Doncaster 1928) in 1983 and changed the name of the combined business to Keepmoat.
Keepmoat bought Milnerbuild, a Leeds-based social housing repair and maintenance company, in 2010, and, in 2012, Keepmoat completed a merger with social housing provider Apollo.
In February 2017, Keepmoat sold its regeneration business, employing 2,500 people, to ENGIE for £330m.
In 2018, Keepmoat was hit by a £13.2m loss from its West Midlands sites, which prompted the company to close its offices in that area.The problems hit the company’s overall operating profits, which slid 35.4% to £18.2m in the 12 months to the end of March 2018.
Keepmoat has been the main sponsor of the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster since 2006.
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