Kevin joins the company with a vast experience, having recently been at Davies Partnership in Chester in a technical director capacity, following 4 years managing the building services on a £680m waste-to-energy scheme for Keppel Seggers in Runcorn.
Kevin will join project management team; Dave Norcross and Chris Powell and will be responsible for developing client briefs into a coordinated building services strategy.
This appointment comes after a period of accelerated growth which has seen new projects across Liverpool City Region, project work at Liverpool John Moores University’s library project and University of Liverpool’s Cypress Building.
Steven Hunt, managing director at Steven Hunt & Associates commented:
“Kevin will bring his 40 years-experience and a fresh pair of eyes and undoubted knowledge to the company. I am confident that he will be a great mentor for our younger engineers and play a huge role in what looks set to be an exciting year for the company.”
Kevin Watts, recently-appointed Project Manager at Steven Hunt & Associates said:
“Steve’s investment in inspiring the future generation of engineers, as well as his current project portfolio means my job will be varied and exciting; and I am very much looking forward to what the future holds at Steven Hunt & Associates.”
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