The latest financial results for BDP shows a large increase in the company’s revenue and profit.
The Nightingale hospitals architect was able to weather the COVID financial crisis, posting an improved set of numbers for 2020 and turning in a record income.
BDP, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, saw revenue jump 23% to £131.3m with pre-tax profit up 37% to £12.7m in the year to June 2020.
It said the number of staff during the period fell by 47 to 1,261.
Two thirds of the firm’s workload comes from the UK, with its next biggest market, Canada, accounting for 16% of business following its purchase of Toronto-based Quadrangle Architects in 2019.
The latest financial results show that total UK turnover was £88m, an increase of £5m.
Speaking about the organisation’s work on the Nightingale facilities, chief executive John McManus said: “The incredible achievement of our healthcare team in establishing six, large-scale Coronavirus surge hospitals across the UK in a matter of days stands out as an exemplar of the speed and agility required from businesses in the current climate.”
BDP had a net cash balance of £35.9m at the year-end, a rise of £11.9m on the 2019 figure.