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Addison Hunt looks back on successful year as it sets sights on 2023

Addison Hunt looks back on successful year as it sets sights on 2023

Chartered quantity surveyor and project managers, Addison Hunt, is reflecting on a year of success with key milestones reached and sets sights on further growth in 2023.

Founded in 2016 and led by directors Chris Hunt and Simon Collin, the firm – which has a head office in Loughborough - delivers its services on multi-million-pound projects nationwide in a range of sectors including education, residential, healthcare, commercial and industrial.

Currently in the last quarter of its financial year, Addison Hunt secured and delivered a strong portfolio of work in 2022 – increasing its turnover by 30% compared to 2021.

Addison Hunt completed a number of key projects, including the award-winning Abbey Meadows residential development in Leicester, which won ‘Residential Regeneration Project of the Year’ at the East Midlands Property Dinner Awards 2022.  Other projects completed include a new pre-school, trade desk park and laboratory facility. Work is currently getting underway on mixed-use development Granite Way and an office refurbishment for the Liversage Trust.

These projects were delivered alongside Addison Hunt’s work supporting contractors and sub-contractors with estimating and post contract QS services.

To support its pipeline of work, apprentice Matt Worthy and senior quantity surveyors Hannah Vasey and Kym Godward-Large have recently joined the company.

The new hires will be supporting and working across a number of projects within Addison Hunt’s portfolio, which has expanded its services into the bank monitoring sector and plans to secure further projects within the public sector in 2023.

Chris Hunt, director at Addison Hunt, said:

“Looking back on 2022, I am proud of all we have achieved and to be starting the year on positive results for the business is fantastic for us.

“Addison Hunt was created to be known for providing a high quality and personable service and our expansion is testament to just that and everyone’s hard work. We are committed to developing and growing the team and business, having recently invested in specialist software to help us work more efficiently for our clients.

“Simon and I would like to thank all our employees, for their hard work and dedication, and our clients for their continued support. The number of repeat clients and value of secured work for 2023 is particularly pleasing.”

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