Mine infrastructure builder OTOC has posted a 264 per cent jump in first-half profit to $2.7 million.

The result was achieved on a 45 per cent surge in revenue to $73.8 million.

Chief executive Simon Thomas said despite difficult trading conditions in the mining services sector, the company had delivered strong revenue from its traditional North-West resources market and supplemented that revenue with solid growth in its government infrastructure, communications, facilities and surveying businesses.

OTOC said it would continue to evaluate acquisition opportunities as well as expand and diversify its service offerings, geographic reach and recurring revenue base.

Shares in the company were steady at 12 cents at 10.45am.

The West Australian

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