Silverton Mill, Devon in 1933 & Silverton Mill before our
Remediation team began demolition followed by the reconstruction of
the River Culm. Click the
link below to read the full report. Silverton Mill
A large university hospital in south London invited John F Hunt
Power Ltd to attend a project meeting in December 2014. The meeting
was to discuss how they could introduce a temporary Power supply to
the whole hospital during a mains HV shut down. Providing an
alternative power supply to any building can present many issues
and obstacles, however supplying power to a complete hospital site
is a huge responsibility and takes many months of planning, but one
John F hunt Power Ltd were chosen as the preferred supplier to
provide a 1.2MW temporary power package at very busy and thriving
shipping dock in the eastern region of the UK. The package was
there to provide an alternative LV supply whilst the main HV ring
was isolated in order for the docks to carry out much needed
maintenance and upgrades to the existing system. One of the clients
concerns was fuel usage and how to keep the costs within their...
Gareth Acres of John F Hunt Demolition has been given the
Considerate Constructors ‘Performance Beyond Compliance’ award for
his outstanding orchestration of the demolition at The Copyright
Building in Berners Street. The demolition of the 1957 Richard
Seifert designed building and adjoining structure located at the
top end of the busy Berners Street in Fitzrovia neighbourhood of
the West End of London, was slightly tricky due to the masses of
pedestrians and traffic to be considered. Sited only a few steps...
A charity 5k run? Great! Running for Cancer Research UK? Sign me
up! A group of us from the office doing the challenge together?
Good idea! Doing all of this and getting muddy? Greeeat….wait.
What?! …And that is how 7 John F Hunt employees, aka ‘The
Muddy Hunts’, found themselves at the start line of the ‘Race for
Life Pretty Muddy Challenge’ one Sunday morning in June. As we
lined up waiting for our start time we saw previous racers making
their way back to...
Sponsored by the John F Hunt Group for the third year in
succession, the Royal Berkshire Shooting School played host to John
Hall’s ‘Birdshot Uveitis Society’ Charity Shoot Day, to raise money
towards research into this debilitating eye disease.
‘Birdshot’, which gets its name from spots that develop on the
retina in the same pattern as when lead shot is fired from a
shotgun; is a rare & potentially blinding disease, for which
there is currently no cure. An impressive 30...