Liverpool City Region-based mechanical and electrical engineering firm Steven Hunt Associates has announced record figures for its last financial year (July 2021 – July 2022), with the company reporting £1.4m turn-over, up 18.4%, from £1.2m.
As the company gears up towards its 35th anniversary in 2024, the award-winning family business has also completed 151 high-profile projects throughout the last 12 months, with four of its notable wins representing over £190m worth of construction value.
These aforementioned projects include work on the new theatre & MRI scanner at Leigh Infirmary (£6m), 102 beds at the Melwood extra care facility (£19m), the regeneration of Leyland town centre (£25m), 650 two and three bed apartments at Deanston Wharf (£100m), St Anne Street Police Station for Merseyside Police (£13m) and the new 4* Novotel Liverpool Paddington Village (£33m).
Steve Hunt, founder and managing director, said:
“We have evolved as a company throughout the last year, with our record financial figures, thanks in no small part to the dedication and hard work of our staff members.
“Despite the pandemic and the rising cost of living crisis, which have affected the whole nation, our team have brought together their expertise, knowledge and resilience, to help us through what has been an incredibly successful 12 month period for Steven Hunt Associates.
“With a long and established history in the Liverpool City Region and the North West, we have continued to take great pride in shaping the future landscape of our cities and we now look forward to what the next financial year holds for us all.”
With four staff promotions throughout the last year, the company’s long-term vision will continue to be spearheaded by managing director and founder Steve Hunt, alongside new directors and board members Anne King, Dom Sibbring, Neil Baines and David Kelly.
Steven Hunt Associates works across a wide range of sectors including healthcare, residential and education. Some of the firm’s most notable projects include Urgent Care and Trauma Centre at Aintree hospital, University of Liverpool Cypress Building and School of Management and Altrincham Health Centre.