Property support services company Erinaceous Group said its results for the current year should be in line with expectations after strong trading in the first half which ends today.
The Croydon business, that takes in Birmingham surveyor Francis Graves & Naismith, said the process of improving divisional management structures had continued throughout the first half while key senior appointments have been made at a divisional and group level.
As part of the shake up Lucy Cummings will become the group's chief operating officer from commercial director, a post taken up by Nigel Davis.
A consensus of analysts has full year profit before tax at the company at £34.8 million compared with £24.3 million on turnover of £151.8 million last year.
In a statement yesterday, the company, which takes its name from the Latin term for hedgehog, said: "Group trading in the first half has remained strong as a result of organic growth and integration of acquisitions.
"The group results for 2006 are expected to be in line with market expectations and the board remains confident of continued growth."
Its first half results will be published on September 7.