Securiclad strengthens design team with new appointmentPosted: December 21st, 2017
Securiclad has further strengthened its team with the appointment of a new CAD engineer.
Steven Taylor has joined our team as a Computer Aided Design (CAD) engineer, a role that will see him produce fabrication and layout drawings, which support the design process and further enhance the service offered to contractors and end users.
Steven, from Amble, Northumberland, has over 14 years’ experience across the manufacturing, engineering and built environment, having previously worked at Alnmaritec Ltd where he held various positions including chief draughtsman and project manager. Steven also holds Level 2 City & Guilds CAD and Manufacture certification.
Commenting on his appointment, Steven Taylor said: “Securiclad is renowned for the high-quality and bespoke physical security solutions it provides to contractors and end users and I am delighted be joining such an ambitious and innovative company.
“This role represents an opportunity to take on a new challenge and I look forward to working alongside the team to create tailored physical security solutions which support our customers and keep facilities, data, hazardous materials and valuable goods protected.”
Mike McColl, managing director of Securiclad, said: “At Securiclad we pride ourselves on our ability to offer bespoke, state-of-the-art physical security solutions. We are able to do this because of our innovative and knowledgeable approach, underpinned by the breadth of expertise across the team: this means that recruiting staff with Steven’s technical experience is essential and we are delighted to welcome him to our growing team.
“It’s been an exceptional year of growth for Securiclad and I am confident that Steven will be an important asset for us as he works closely with our customers to design secure environments which meet their individual requirements.”
Steven’s appointment comes at a time of growth for Securiclad as this year we launched Ballisticlad, an enhanced ballistic protection system. In addition, we also developed an enhanced modular construction system now certified up to Loss Prevention Standard (LPS) 1175 Security Rating (SR) 5, designed to withstand attempts at forced entry using high powered tools.
In line with this growth Securiclad also recently appointed a new draughtsman and sales engineer.< back