Construction consultancy Driver Group says that its figures will exceed expectations for the year to September 2012.
The Middle East is doing particularly well, as are the UK power and process operations. African revenues continue to build. The rest of the business is trading in line with expectations. The business already secured for the rest of the year is enough to provide management with confidence about the outcome for 2011-12.
At 46.5p a share, up 7.75p, Driver is valued at £12.3m.
The figures for the six months to March 2012 will be published in June.
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