Project and cost management consultancy Davis Langdon - whose Birmingham office has worked on some of the city's most high-profile developments in recent years - is undergoing a growth spurt.
The Birmingham office of the consultancy increased turnover to £3.7 million, a rise of more than a quarter this year, and took on an extra 15 people at its office on Colmore Row.
Davis Langdon is helping to deliver the City's largest regeneration project, Eastside Park, after being appointed as part of the team winning the design competition.
It also worked on the development of the new Matthew Boulton College in the city centre.
A review published last week by the consultancy firm showed work across the Europe and Middle East area had grown by 25 per cent from £122 million to £154 million, while worldwide revenues were forecast to increase from £167 million to as much as £290 million.
And staff numbers increased by more than a fifth during 2007 after the company spent around £2 million on extra training for prospective employees.
David Daly, a partner at the Birmingham office, said: "Once again we find ourselves reflecting on another successful year for the firm, one that has seen us consolidate our position as market leader in our field and continuing to work on some of the most exciting projects in the world. Our focus remains on investment in our people, training, offices and systems whilst providing the very best quality of service we can for our clients."
Senior partner Rob Smith said one of the biggest challenges for the firm had been to meet its own stringent carbon emission targets.
A year ago Davis Langdon announced it would be committing to becoming a carbon neutral business, and Mr Smith said the firm had brought in the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Management to help it meet targets through offsetting. The company is now carrying out a study to set out a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, along with the rest of its environmental impact.
Davis Langdon is currently working on a number of major projects in the Midlands including Abstract Land's Colmore Plaza scheme, Kenmore's Snowhill Plaza and campus redevelopments at Walsall and Newcastle-under-Lyme colleges.
The firm has worked on a number of high profile projects nationwide including Tate Modern, Royal Festival Hall London and Eden Project Cornwall.
It employs more than 3,820 staff in some 93 offices worldwide.