Apogee Enterprises Inc. reported $981.2 million in revenue for fiscal year 2016, capped off by a strong fourth quarter of $262.1 million.

Revenues for the quarter were up 6 percent, with a 5-percent increase for the year. Apogee’s backlog of $508.0 million was up 4 percent.

“We did what we said we would do three years ago, essentially delivering on our fiscal 2016 goals of $1 billion in revenues at 10 percent operating margin,” says Joseph F. Puishys, Apogee chief executive officer.

Here’s how revenue broke down by glass industry-related segments:

Architectural Glass (Viracon): Revenues of $98.6 million were up 7 percent due to U.S. volume growth and improved pricing, according to the company. In constant currency, revenues were up 10 percent. Operating income grew to $12.1 million, up 169 percent from $4.5 million. Operating margin expanded 740 basis points to 12.3 percent, compared to 4.9 percent.

Architectural Services (Harmon Inc.): Revenues of $76.8 million were up 21 percent, due to what Apogee says was strong project activity during the quarter. Operating income grew to $5.6 million, up 9 percent from $5.2 million. Operating margin was 7.3 percent, compared to 8.1 percent.

Architectural Framing Systems (Wausau Window and Wall Systems, Tubelite, Alumicor, Linetec): Revenues of $79.6 million were up 3 percent, on U.S. volume growth and improved mix, according to the company. In constant currency, revenues were up 5 percent. Operating income grew to $7.7 million, up 60 percent from $4.8 million. Operating margin expanded 340 basis points to 9.7 percent, compared to 6.3 percent.

“For fiscal 2017, we continue to expect U.S. commercial construction market growth, based on our visibility from backlog, commitments and bidding activity, as well as external market metrics,” says Puishys. “This positive outlook supports our fiscal 2017 guidance for double-digit revenue growth of approximately 10 percent and record earnings of $2.65 to $2.80 per share.”