Who we are
For nearly 40 years, Morgan Lovell has been helping many of the world’s largest companies to Define, Design and Deliver® office fit-out and refurbishment projects, creating workplaces that empower staff and grow businesses.
With the backing of our FTSE listed parent company, Morgan Sindall Group plc, you can be sure your project is in safe hands whilst still enjoying the creative freedom and flexibility that the founders envisaged when they first started the business.
Founded in 1977 by John Morgan and Jack Lovell in Soho London, today Morgan Lovell is part of the construction and regeneration group Morgan Sindall Group plc, which has a turnover in excess of £2bn and employs 6,400 people.
Despite the obvious growth and success of the company, the ethos and goals are the same today as they were back then: to ensure clients have a hassle free project and to employ the most talented people in the industry.
Lovell and Morgan started their interior design and construction business when they were both still 21 with £1,000 from their savings. By 1981, having focused on office interiors, their company had a turnover of £4m.
By 1994 the company was in the position to acquire William Sindall. This led to a listing on the stock exchange and the formation of the Morgan Sindall Group plc of which Morgan Lovell is a subsidiary, along with a number of other brands including: Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure, Muse Developments, Morgan Sindall Investments, Overbury, Morgan Sindall Professional Services and Lovell.
John Morgan served as CEO of the group from 1994 to 2003, then as chairman, before returning to the position of group chief executive in 2012. Jack Lovell retired in 2001.
In recent years, Morgan Lovell has won a clutch of awards due to our green policy; energy efficient and sustainable projects; and our outstanding health and safety record.
Financially, Morgan Lovell has a track record of year on year growth, solid performances and stability. And of course, being part of Morgan Sindall Group plc gives the company further backing and purchasing power, enabling the company to pass on savings to clients.