Grimshaw’s profits jump by a fifth

London Bridge Station_5©Paul Raftery

London Bridge architect sees staff numbers rise

The architect behind the Stirling-shortlisted revamp of London Bridge station saw pre-tax profit climb more than a fifth last year.

Grimshaw, which is also architect of the masterplan for the Heathrow Airport expansion, saw pre-tax profit rise 23% to £9.6m in the year to March on turnover up 4% to just under £74m.

The UK remains the firm’s single biggest market with around a third of turnover coming from its home country with Australia, where it has offices in Sydney and Melbourne, its next biggest market.

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