M&E specialists Steven Hunt & Associates has secured a record number of new contract wins this quarter, rounding off an exceptional year of business.
Having already worked on several iconic projects in the city, including Royal Court Liverpool and the Tobacco Warehouse throughout 2017, the Speke-based business has now won five new multi-million-pound projects to add to its burgeoning portfolio.
The Level 2 BIM practioners has been contracted to work on the £15m refurbishment at the University of Liverpool’s School of Law, where the team will help to extend the existing five-storey building, with work at the Mount Pleasant campus set to conclude in 2019.
Steven Hunt and Associates has also been awarded a contract to work on the £12m Liverpool John Moores University refurbishment project at Avril Robarts and Aldham Robarts libraries, working to create an innovative and exciting space that will encourage students to work, eat and relax in the same building. Work on this project is set to commence in May 2018.
Steve Hunt, managing director of Steven Hunt & Associates, said: “Our knowledge and understanding of the numerous sectors in the Merseyside region has helped us tailor our designs and plans with all five of our recent wins, which are incredibly different in their own way.
“To win five multi-million-pound contracts in such a short space of time is testament to the team’s work over the last 12 months and to be working within the education, commercial and industrial sector at one time shows just how versatile we can be.”
Steven Hunt & Associates has also been appointed by Torus Group, to work on two separate care homes – on Atlas Street in St Helens and on Harpers Road in Warrington.
Similar to Atlas Street, the £10m project at Harpers Road will contain 97 apartments, constructed over four floors, with work set to begin in January.
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