The figures include international operations and joint ventures.
The UK's largest privately-owned contractor said pre-exceptional earnings, before tax and interest, were up 5% £54m.
Laing O'Rourke did not reveal its pre-tax profit, which fell by almost half a year ago. This will be published with it's full financial results on Thursday
The firm said it has an order book of £8.2bn.
Ray O’Rourke, chairman and chief executive, said: “Laing O’Rourke has sustained a resilient performance by focusing on delivering profitable growth.
“We continue to build on our commitment to Excellence Plus performance in every aspect of our activities.”