Leaders in mechanical and electrical engineering, Steven Hunt Associates has secured a host of project wins across the UK, with the total contract value in excess of £68m.
A trusted industry-leader since it was founded in 1989, the company starts the second half of the year with confidence securing new projects with the likes of the deconstruction of the old Royal Liverpool University Hospital, worth £15m in construction costs; £4m worth of council projects across Rochdale; remodelling of the International Slavery Museum with the National Museum of Liverpool totalling £27m in construction costs; this project involves replacing all of the existing services to bring the building to a modern standard with sustainability at the forefront. £10m worth of projects for Sandway Homes; and various projects with the University of Liverpool one in which being an extension to the Sydney Jones Library, worth £7m in construction costs.
The success comes more than a year after the firm appointed four new directors in 2022. Led by managing director and company founder, Steve Hunt, the expanded leadership team also includes directors, Neil Baines, Dave Kelly, Anne King and Dominic Sibbring.
Steve Hunt, founder and managing director, said:
“It has been a fantastic first half of the year for the business, and we go into the second half with real confidence and optimism for continued growth. Our recent successes have been a result of strong leadership from the new board of directors and the wider team, particularly against a backdrop of economical and political turmoil that continue to impact the industry.
“The recent projects also demonstrate our expertise and experience across a wide range of sectors, from public to private, and realises our vision to broaden our client portfolio and continue to deliver the very best quality service for our clients.”
Steven Hunt Associates, which employs a team of 23, works across a wide range of sectors including healthcare, residential, education, commercial, care and extra care, social housing, hotels and industrial. 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 Novotel Paddington Village.