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Econ Engineering appoints new Facilities Manager

One of Ripon’s biggest employers has appointed a highly qualified Facilities Manager as the family-run engineering businesses seeks to further expand its operations. Gareth Bovington, who was facilities and environment manager at the Monks Cross shopping centre, on the outskirts of York, will supervise the day to day running of each

Leeds drainage company steps up operations to serve construction

Leeds-based drainage contractor, Jet Aire Services, is gradually ramping up towards full capacity to meet demand for essential services whilst supporting the construction industry as it remobilises. The company’s site activities during the coronavirus crisis have been restricted to essential works, with key worker engineers carrying out reactive cleansing, remedial and

EN:Procure now seeking contractors for new £25m framework

EN:Procure, the specialist procurement arm of social housing consortium Efficiency North Holdings Limited, is now inviting suitably qualified and experienced contractors to join a new Lifts Framework to provide passenger lift installation, servicing, repairs and maintenance services for members and customers in the social housing and wider public sector in

Smith Brothers connects 50MW Cambridgeshire solar farm

Yorkshire-headquarted high-voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers, has successfully completed electrical engineering works at the Next Energy Capital Ltd solar farm in Little Staughton, Cambridgeshire. Working as the Independent Connection Provider (ICP) on the generation project, the 21-strong Smith Brothers team designed, constructed, installed and tested the UK Power Network’s (UKPN) 132kV

Forward-thinking manufacturers welcomes duo of experienced operators

Sheet metal manufacturers Salamander Fabrications has further bolstered its growing workforce with the additions of two highly qualified recruits. Mohammed Zub has joined the Slaithwaite-based firm as a quality engineer and Nick Horn has come in as a manufacturing engineer. The duo of appointments sees Salamander’s workforce rise to 50-plus, as the

ECON ploughs £850,000 into new state-of-the-art laser cutter

A North Yorkshire engineering company that manufactures more than 80 per cent of the winter maintenance and repair vehicles used on Britain’s roads has ploughed £850,000 into a new state-of-the-art laser cutter. The new machine purchased by Econ Engineering will not only significantly increase throughput in its engineering workshop, it will