Steven Hunt promotes four directors

The Speke-based mechanical and electrical engineering firm has expanded its leadership team, with Neil Baines, Dave Kelly, Anne King, and Dominic Sibbring joining its board of directors.

All have been Steven Hunt & Associates employees for many years, with Baines having worked with the company the longest, having started in 1999 as an intermediate building services engineer.

Prior to being promoted to director, Baines was a senior mechanical engineer. Kelly was the senior electrical design engineer and King was the senior business development manager. Sibbring was the company’s BIM manager.

As directors, Baines, Kelly, King and Sibbring will be charged with continuing the company’s upward trajectory. Last year, the firm reported an annual turnover of £1.3m and its recent projects have included the Novotel Hotel in Paddington Village, Leyland town redevelopment, and the Merseyside Fire and Rescue Training & Development Academy.

Steve Hunt, managing director and founder of Steven Hunt Associates, said: “Collectively the new directors share my vision for this company, bring decades of experience in the industry, and are committed to dedicating their expertise to continuing to grow and shape the construction landscape in the region.

“They will ensure we remain relevant and ahead of the game,” Hunt continued. “We are excited to make these appointments from within our existing workforce, reckoning their expertise and strengthening our leadership as we move to the next level.

“Together as a board, our focus is to continue to build on the firm’s 30 plus year legacy, to broaden our client portfolio and continue to deliver the very best quality service for our clients.”

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An interesting development. Good luck to the DAND Group Limited.

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