Civic Engineers has announced its results for the financial year to February 2017, which it said show a 75% increase in turnover, from £1.9m to £3.4m.
The headcount at the civil and structural engineering practice has reached 60, up from 30 a year ago.
The company has its largest studio in Manchester, as well as offices in London and Leeds. The Leeds studio opened following the acquisition of Leeds-based Cooper Consulting Engineers last summer.
Civic estimates that its profits before tax for the year to 2017 will be £380,000, which equates to around 11% of turnover.
Founding director, Julian Broster, said: “It has been an exciting year for us expanding the business, in particular opening a new Leeds studio and recruiting more highly talented team members.
“Our passion is to design and deliver high quality buildings, structures and public spaces, with a view to ultimately helping to deliver vibrant and healthy cities. This year has seen us work on some incredible projects such as the redevelopment of the Cohen Quad, Exeter College Oxford, new school buildings, No.1 Cambridge Street in Manchester and public realm work in Altrincham and London.”