John F Hunt Demolition are helping to raise money for ‘Spitalfields
City Farm’ a local charity close to their ‘London Fruit and
Wool Exchange’ demolition project. The roof of the stable at the
Spitalfields City Farm which houses donkeys, ponies, sheep, goats
and cows, is in dire need of replacement before next winter. They
are looking for fundraising and donations towards replacing their
existing roof with a new roof constructed from sustainable
materials. The roof will also being integrated with a...
John F Hunt Power Ltd recently completed a full turn Key 2MW
package in West London, providing critical power supply to a data
center that supports three major world banking companies. The
client required 2x 1260kVA synchronised generators along with 2x
3000ltr bunded fuel tanks, both mounted on artic trailers. The
equipment was dispatched from the Grays depot and delivered to the
site at the requested date & time. Each trailer was positioned
next to the temporary 2MVA High Voltage Transformer...
This race season sees John F Hunt Power Ltd return to the track and
in the paddock, supplying temporary power to all major race
meetings at the famous Brands Hatch Race Circuit. The Power team
have provided Generators, Tanks and Ancillaries to ensure the huge
crowds at the meetings enjoy a spectacular day of racing. Covering
the British Touring Cars, British Super bikes and Trucks, John F
Hunt Power Ltd will be supporting the circuit during the qualifiers
and the race itself. Follow...
April was a quiet month as we waited for the approval from
Cambridge City Council to commence the main demolition works. The
boiler house and cycle store have been demolished with items
salvaged, and MKA Ecology have undertaken the works associated with
the bat licence - with the good weather over the Easter break
the bats have also vacated the building. Cambridgeshire Fire
Service undertook a major exercise at the beginning of the month
and continued to utilise the facilities on...
Cambridge City Council have now signed off our Demolition
Environmental Plan which clears the way to commence the main
demolition works on Monday the 11th May, working from South to
North. The demolition of the boiler house is complete and the
concrete slab has been removed with all demolition arisings
stockpiled until our crusher is delivered to site. UKPN incoming
high voltage cables have been isolated along the Eastern boundary
and the site hoarding is now complete to the South West...