Bromsgrove construction group Weaver is pulling in the work.
The company has revealed turnover for the first six months of its financial year was £17 million, achieved across a range of projects in education, health, residential, commercial and retail.
Alan Adamson, joint managing director, said: "The industry remains extremely b uoyant with statistics recording increased activity for 46 consecutive months.
"We have had a great opening to our year, with orders over the last six months being a mix of projects for both new clients and those with whom we have worked for many years.
"Developing long-term relationships is one of our key business objectives and the fact that we can demonstrate the achievement of this goal is testimony to the skill, hard work and can-do attitude displayed by every single member of the team."
Projects in the period include a new £2.4 million teaching block at Perryfields High School, Oldbury for Sandwell Council, a £641,000 alteration and refurbishment project at Lea Castle Hospital near Kidderminster due for completion in December and a £1.2 million eight bedroomed, three-storey house and leisure complex for a private client in Solihull.
In the commercial sector Weaver says it is building on its successful relationship with Calthorpe, undertaking a £500,000 refurbishment and extension of an office premises on Hagley Road in Birmingham, its fourth project for the estate owner.
It is currently working on interior fit-out of stores for one client in Bristol and Stroud plus several extension, fit-out and new store projects for another client.