Liverpool-based mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy, Steven Hunt & Associates has appointed experienced project manager Martin Tunnicliffe, with the former Liverpool University graduate boasting over four decades worth of experience in the industry.
Tunnicliffe joins the firm having recently been the director at engineers, Patrick Parsons, and before that, head of building services at Cheshire-based DarntonB3 Building Services.
The current chair for the CIBSE Merseyside & North Wales region, Tunnicliffe will work closely with the existing project management team of Dave Norcross, Chris Powell and Dominic Sibbring, with his wealth of leisure experience set to reinforce the firm’s skill set in the growing market.
Steven Hunt, managing director at Steven Hunt & Associates, commented:
“Martin has great passion for the industry and his level of skill and knowledge in the field is unquestionable, making him the perfect candidate for the role. He will play a valuable role in our already strong project management team, working across all projects.
“All members of the SHA team have been meticulously hand-picked over the years. We recruit the best of the best and carefully cultivate them over a long time to provide the unrivalled client service we are renowned for. Martin's appointment certainly strengthens this position.”
Martin Tunnicliffe, project manager at Steven Hunt & Associates, said:
“You only have to look at Steven Hunt & Associates’ project portfolio and be aware of its reputation to know what this company is all about - a growing firm, with its people firmly at the heart of what it does, and what it does so well. I’m looking forward to getting stuck in and working with Steve and his great team.”
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