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Plan Design Enable WS Atkins plc

  1. 1. WS Atki plc Atkins lOverviewMarch 2011
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  3. 3. The Group is performing well (1)• Atkins is a multinational engineering consultancy global design firm (2)• The eleventh largest g g g “We remain confident for the• Around 18,000 staff full year despite• “The Groups financial position remains strong” (1) challenging• “We are investing in growth markets and trading continue to benefit from our geographic and conditions in a sector diversification (1) diversification” number of our• “Robust longer-term outlook” (3) markets.” (1) (1) Q3 2010/11 Interim Management Statement 16 February 2011 (2) Engineering News Record 26 July 2010 (3) Cazenove research note 16 February 2011 3
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  5. 5. 1. Group overview2. Strategy2 St t3. Financial performance4. Example projects 5
  6. 6. What we do Plan Design Enable From cost and risk Atkins designs intellectual Our clients entrust us with planning, feasibility studies capital such as the management of and logistics, to impact management systems and projects, people and issues assessments and business processes. We – ensuring that deadlines stakeholder engagement also design physical are met, costs are activity, we plan every ti it l structures such as office t t h ffi controlled and success i t ll d d is aspect of our clients’ towers, schools, bridges delivered. projects. and highways. 6
  7. 7. Who we areAtkins is one of the world’sleading engineering and designconsultancies.We have the depth and breadthof expertise t respond t th f ti to d to themost technically challenging andtime-critical infrastructure projectsand the urgent transition to alow-carbon economy. 7
  8. 8. Atkins has quality, breadth and depth Architecture Airports & Ports Asset Management Aerospace Building Design Building Surveying g y g Climate Change Communication & Systems Cost & Project Management Defence Development Infrastructure Environment Services Energy Landscape & Heritage Highways Intelligent Transport Systems Management Consultancy Rail & MetroTransport Operations & Safety Transport Planning Urban Light Transit Urban Planning Water 8
  9. 9. Atkins at a glance Revenue by geography Revenue by client type UK 54% Public Sector: National Government 20% Europe 4% Public Sector: Local Government 35% Middle East 8% Regulated 13% Asia Pacific 4% Private Sector 32% North America 30%Note: Approximate percentages are of total Group proforma revenue including a full year’srevenue from PBSJ (acquired 1 October 2010). 9
  10. 10. The Group’s diversified exposure toend markets provides resilience Defence/Security 4% 1% Aerospace p % 1% Education 1% 1% Roads 6% 8% 2% UK Rail 2% 8% 1% Water/Environment 1% 1% 2% 2% Energy 2% 2% Facilities management 3% Other 2% 1% 1% 2% Defence/Security 1% 1% Aerospace 1% 1% Roads 7% 2% North Water/Environment 2% 2% 1%America Energy 2% CMaR 1% 5% Other 2% 2% Middle East 1% 7% Asia Pacific 2% 2% Public Sector National Government Public Sector Local Government Europe (ex UK) 2% 1% 1% Regulated PrivateApproximate percentages are of total Group proforma revenue including a full year’s revenue from PBSJ (acquired 1 October 2010)CMaR – Construction Management at Risk 10
  11. 11. Segmental performanceUKWe deliver engineering and technically integrated H1 FYdesign as well as project and cost management 2010/11 2009/10services to a wide range of clients in the public, Financial metricsregulated and private sectors. Revenue £454.7m £983.5mOur areas of operation include water environment water, environment, Operating profit £30.9m £77.3meducation, aerospace, defence and infrastructuredesign as well as significant activity in transportation Operating margin 6.8% 7.9%sectors.In highways, we provide transport planning, advisingUK Government and highway authorities on transportpolicy and investment appraisals; the design of roadimprovements; applying intelligent transport systemsto enhance network performance; and deliveringintegrated road network management and highwaymaintenance services.Our rail business provides specialist design servicesacross a range of engineering disciplines, includingsignalling, civils, electrification and specialist servicesin strategic planning safety and systems integration planning,principally for heavy rail, rolling stock and metromarkets. 11
  12. 12. Segmental performanceNorth AmericaIn the US, we provide infrastructure planning, H1 FYengineering, construction management, 2010/11 2009/10environmental consulting, urban planning, Financial metricsarchitecture and programme management services tostate and local government clients, Federal agencies Revenue £27.5m £55.0mand private businesses businesses. Operating profit £1.6m £3.4mIn the transportation sector we provide engineering Operating margin 5.8% 6.2%design and programme management services forground, rail, aviation and marine transportationprojects for both private and public sector clients. Important note: The figures for the periods shown are as published and include no contribution from PBSJ (acquired 1 October 2010).Our water and environment business deliversenvironmental services, including siting, complianceand resource management services together withwater and water resources projects.In the buildings sector we provide engineering,planning, architecture, surveying and constructionmanagement services to public and private clients. 12
  13. 13. Segmental performanceMiddle EastIn the Middle East, we provide a full range of design, H1 FYengineering and project management services for 2010/11 2009/10buildings, transportation and other infrastructure Financial metricsprogrammes from our nine centres across the region. Revenue £70.5m £136.6mWe deliver services to public sector bodies such as Operating profit £8.1m £14.0mtransport authorities, municipal bodies and planningcouncils as well as the private sector. Operating margin 11.5% 10.2%We are continuing to move from established sectorssuch as residential and commercial high rise buildingto developing new sectors such as transport (airportsand rail), infrastructure (mixed use and water), health,defence and energy. 13
  14. 14. Segmental performanceAsia Pacific and EuropeIn our Asia Pacific business we provide engineering, H1 FYplanning, urban design, architectural and rail design 2010/11 2009/10services. Financial metricsIn mainland China our focus is on urban planning Revenue £73.4m £148.8mtogether with architectural and landscape Operating profit £4.0m £7.4marchitectural design. Operating margin 5.4% 5.0%In Hong Kong we deliver services in urban raildevelopment and highways/bridges design.Our European business comprises operations inDenmark, Sweden, Poland, Portugal and Ireland.Of these, Scandinavia is a key market in which weprovide rail and urban planning services. 14
  15. 15. Segmental performanceEnergyWe are engaged in, and actively growing our H1 FYcapability for, all aspects of the developing energy 2010/11 2009/10market with the allied issues of climate change, Financial metricssustainability and energy security. Revenue £47.7m £82.0mIn electricity generation we are helping both Operating profit £4.0m £8.4mconventional and nuclear sectors maintain output andextend the life of assets, and we are engaged in Operating margin 8.4% 10.2%planning and enabling the next generation of nuclearpower stations as well as providing support indecommissioning.In the oil and gas industry we provide design andintegrity management services with activity at allstages of the value chain.We are also active in the energy efficiency andrenewable markets, providing a comprehensive rangeof services in all aspects of renewable energytechnology, from initial feasibility studies through todetailed engineering. 15
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  17. 17. 1. Group overview2. Strategy2 St t3. Financial performance4. Example projects 17
  18. 18. Positioned for GrowthStrategy Clear multi-skill, multi-local strategyCapabilityC bilit Continuing focus on qualityOpportunity Platforms for growth 18
  19. 19. Our multi-skill, multi-local strategyhas three prioritiesHigh performing To have a portfolio of high performing businesses Each business to continue to improve the quality of its skills in its localbusinesses markets, developing capabilities and driving efficiencies – forging deep client relationships.Addressing To have the breadth and depth of skills to address increasingly complex projects, increasing revenue in priority sectorsattractive Maintaining or acquiring strong technical skills in robust markets and g q g gmarkets focusing resources from across the whole Group on exploiting opportunities in sectors such as mass transit, nuclear and renewables.Market To have several home markets where the business is market leaderopportunities Organic investment and acquisitions to strengthen our market position in our existing geographic markets and elsewhere. 19
  20. 20. Progressing to address opportunitiesPeople People c.18,000 c.18,000Group StrategyExecutive GroupOrganisation Organisation AP Energy DES H&T Rail ME C&E MPS AM UK NA ME &ERevenue Revenue UK UK Europe Europe Middle East Middle East Asia Pacif ic Asia Pacif ic North America North America 2008 2011 20
  21. 21. Focused actions Action Example Group actions Repositioning for UK ongoing market Redeployment Carbon tools challenges + North Platform PBSJ America for growth acquisition Network chairs Geographic Middle Successfully expansion and sector adding skills + East diversification Process Bridge g enhancementsAsia PacificA i P ifi Improving quality engineeringand Europe and margin acquisition + Nuclear JV Energy Investing for growth I ti f th Skill t transfer f with Assystem 21
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  23. 23. 1. Group overview2. Strategy2 St t3. Financial performance4. Example projects 23
  24. 24. Flexing resources to reflect anticipated market d ti i t d k t demand d 20 18 16 14 12‘000 10 8 6 4 2 0 Mar 05 Sep 05 Mar 06 Sep 06 Mar 07 Sep 07 Mar 08 Sep 08 Mar 09 Sep 09 Mar 10 30 Sep 1 Oct 10 10 People 24
  25. 25. Being the right size 1,600 Full year: Non UK revenue Non-UK 1,400 Full year: UK revenue First half revenue 1,200 1,000£m 800 600 400 200 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Year ended 31 March 25
  26. 26. Improving the business – our focus on margin Full year operating profit 140 First half operating profit 8% Operating margin 120 7% 6% 100£m 5% 80 4% 60 3% 40 2% 20 1% 0 0% 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Year ended 31 March 26
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  28. 28. DisclaimerThe information in this presentation pack which does not purport to be comprehensive has beenprovided by Atkins, and has not been independently verified. While this information has beenprepared in good faith, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is or will be made andno responsibility or liability is or will be accepted by Atkins, as to or in relation to the accuracy orcompleteness of this presentation pack or any other written or oral information made available aspart of the presentation and any such liability is expressly disclaimed Further whilst Atkins may disclaimed. Further,subsequently update the information made available in this presentation, we expressly disclaimany obligation to do so.The presentation contains indications of likely future developments and other forward-lookingstatements that are subject to risk factors associated with, among other things, the economic andbusiness circumstances occurring from time to time in the countries, sectors and businesssegments in which the Group operates. These and other factors could adversely affect theGroup’s results, strategy and prospects. Forward-looking statements involve risks, uncertaintiesand assumptions. Th relate t events and/or d d ti They l t to t d/ depend on circumstances i th f t d i t in the future which hi hcould cause actual results and outcomes to differ. No obligation is assumed to update anyforward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. 64