Arup’s total turnover reached £572 million, up 21 per cent on 2006. And its pretax profit was £30.8 million, up 46 per cent from the previous year.
The company, which is owned in trust for its staff, said it is continuing with a policy of long-term organic growth unhindered by short-term pressures.
In the group’s full-year report, chairman Terry Hill said: “Arup Group has enjoyed an outstanding record of achievement for our clients, staff and projects, alongside sustained growth. In this, our 60th year, we continue to develop and adapt in response to ever-changing markets by staying ahead of trends.”