Speke-based mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy employs 22 people and has an annual turnover of £1.3m and works on projects across the UK. Tony McDonough reports
Mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy Steven Hunt & Associates says its has grown its turnover by 11% this year after working on 147 projects for 45 different clients.
The Speke-based firm employs 22 people and has an annual turnover of £1.3m and works on projects across the UK. Its growth earned it a national award nomination at the CIBSE Building Performance Awards 2019 for Building Performance Consultancy of the Year.
Recent projects for the business include Liverpool John Moores University’s library, University of Liverpool’s Cypress Building, the refurbishment of Liverpool’s Grade II-listed Royal Court Theatre and the development of the new Rutherford Diagnostics Centre in Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter.
A key new recruit to the firm has been Rosie Davis who was appointed business development manager to work alongside Anne King, who has been promoted to head of business development.
Other new faces on the team this year include Erika McStea as receptionist, Mick Lehane as CAD operator, Tim Morley as senior project engineer and Kevin Watts in the role of projects manager.
Managing director Steven Hunt said: “At Steven Hunt & Associates we have one simple goal – to employ the best people, to do the best jobs, for the best clients and I am 100% confident that we have achieved this this year.
“These results are testament to the team’s hard work and 2019 is already looking to be an even better year again. Next year we are due to celebrate our 30th anniversary and it fills me with immense pride to see what we have built over the last three decades.
“We have several new projects coming up in the next few months that will take the company to a brand new level.”