Construction conglomerate Balfour Beatty said full year underlying profit from operations more than doubled to £196m from £69m as its turnaround continued.
Pre-tax profits came in at £117m, a massive jump from £10m in 2016.

The UK's biggest builder said average net cash was £42m against £46m net debt in 2016 with year end net cash at £335m from £173m a year earlier.

The full year dividend was lifted to 3.6 pence a share, from 2016's 2.7 pence.

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