Group revenue for the year ended December 31 rose 8% to £430mln (2016: £397mln), including a £9mln contribution from CPM Group which it acquired in October.
That growth was largely driven by a 12% year-on-year increase in sales in the domestic end market which accounts for almost one-third of total revenues.
Excluding the impact of CPM, sales in the public sector and commercial end market – which make up the bulk of the business – grew 2% compared with 2016.
Marshalls said it will continue to focus on new build housing, water management and rail projects – areas where it expects to see “higher levels of growth”.
The FTSE 250 company added: “Good progress has been made on the self-help capital investment programme, the development of new products and the group's digital strategy.
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“These organic projects have been complemented by the acquisition of CPM with its planned integration on track with our expectations.”
Marshalls – which is worth just shy of £900mln – noted in its update that the Construction Productions Association had reduced its 2018 forecasts reflecting wider economy uncertainty, but said its own sales figures continue to outperform CPA expectations.
Shares rose 1.8% to 455p on Wednesday morning.