In the six months ending 31 March, the company, which was formed following the merger of Fitzroy Robinson and Aukett in spring last year, bagged a pretax profit of £47,000 compared with a loss of £165,000 in the same period in 2005.
The group aims to double in size over the next five years and has some huge projects - including the £150 million St Mary le Port masterplan in Bristol - on the drawing board.
During the last year the company has 'rationalised a large chunk' of its offices ( Aukett Fitzroy Robinson enters black following 'rationalisation of operation') having sold off its Dutch office - officially called GroupA Aukett - and closed its Glasgow studio.
However, with the departure of the company's 'underperforming operations', the group turnover has risen from £5.54 million to nearly £7 million - an increase of almost 24 per cent.
And buoyant chief executive Nicholas Thompson says he still expects more: 'Historically the profit for the year is weighted towards the second half and this trend is likely to continue in the current year.'