Global contracts lead to engineer recruitment
FOUR experienced engineers have joined Grimsby-based global engineering firm Technica, following a string of new project wins.
The new recruits boost the existing team of 40, and will work on a variety of multi-discipline projects in the energy industry as far afield as Puerto Rico and Canada.
NEW RECRUITS: From left, Phil Ashton, Carl Thomas, Howard Eastwood and Rob Holt, who have joined Technica in Grimsby.
Howard Eastwood joins as senior electrical and instrument engineer, Carl Thomas as electrical engineer, Rob Holt as electrical and instrument designer and Phil Ashton takes on the role of project engineer.
Technica managing director, John Davison, who expects to recruit further in the coming months, said: “As the company continues to grow at pace and we secure new contracts both here in the UK and abroad, we also need to add to the team.
“Howard, Carl, Rob and Phil complement the skills and experience we currently have – they will enable us to secure even more new business and deliver the unrivaled service and expertise in design, management and construction our key clients in the energy sector have come to expect.
“I am more than confident that our workload will further increase over the coming months which means even more job opportunities for qualified engineers, designers, estimators, construction managers and site technicians.”
The company works from concept to commissioning, and at the turn of the year unveiled a new base at Cherry Tree Business Park in Grimsby.
Mr Holt said: “Technica has some demanding yet exciting projects in the pipeline, it’s a rapidly expanding business and the team made me feel very welcome from day one – it has ticked all the boxes for me.”