Revenue at the business, which specialises in substructure, superstructure and structural alterations, edged up to £153m in the year to September 2020, generating a pre-tax profit of £10.2m compared to £10.7m previously.
Group managing director Eddie Barrett said: “The company’s future order book remains very strong as the business focuses on working with both new and long-established clients.”
Trading since 1991, the business employs around 134 staff, and operates under four divisions covering subcontracting, main contracting on jobs up to £25m, rail and infrastructure and European data centres.
Under the new senior management team, Coffey this year also set up a Fire Protection Division, identifying an opportunity to offer specialised passive fire protection services to clients.
Founder James Coffey remains group chairman under the new management structure.