Support services group seeks further expansion after it reveals 17% growth in turnover from £800m to £936m.
Support services group Mitie has predicted further acquisitions after revealing a 17% hike in turnover in the last year.
A series of acquisitions in the past year in the security and grounds maintenance sectors pushed the group's revenues to £936m in the year ending 31 March, up from £800m the previous year.
Pre-tax profit for the firm, which employs more than 39,000 staff, rose 5.4% to £50.5m, up from £47.9m a year earlier.
Chief executive Ian Stewart described the year as "exceptional" and said:: "We will seek to grow further organically and will make acquisitions within our chosen markets when appropriate opportunities arise."