The company won contracts to carry out 16,000 utility connections, mainly for housing developments but also for industrial and commercial premises, which represented a rise of over 5,000 on the previous year.
Energetics, which now employs 400 staff, has also announced ambitions to increase its workforce to 700 over the next three years.
Chief executive Bill McClymont said: “Last year, staff numbers rose from 220 to 320 and, with more locations opening all the time, we expect to employ 500 people by the end of 2015,”
“We need to ensure that we consolidate business in the regions in which we already operate. This means recruiting and retaining talented staff and continuing to deliver engineering excellence, value for money, savings to our clients and high levels of customer service.”
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