Globally, gross revenue increased 12% to £357.4m, making it Turner & Townsend’s fourth successive year of growth. Group turnover has grown by 51% since 2011.
Pre-tax profit was up 12% to £33.3m.
Revenue net of subcontract costs was £322.2m, a 12% rise from the previous year's £286.3m.
The UK remains the company’s largest market, but there was 46% growth in the Middle East last year and 33% growth in Asia.
In the UK, an operating profit of £16.5m was made, thanks to projects including Crossrail and the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.
CEO Vincent Clancy said: “After four years of uninterrupted growth, Turner & Townsend continues to deliver record turnover while building further momentum towards our long-term objectives.”
Staff numbers at the year end were 3,660 (2013: 3,239) across 87 offices worldwide, with more than 55% of employees based outside the UK. New offices were established in Seattle, Phoenix, Chicago, Bogota, Rio de Janeiro, Hamburg, Maputo and Jakarta.