Four appointments spark further growth for HCS Mechanical Services
Northallerton-based HCS Mechanical Services, a third generation family business launched in 1920, has made four new appointments.
The independent Yorkshire heating and plumbing company has taken on an apprentice, a bid writer, a plumbing and heating engineer and a contract manager.
Bid writer Lisa Todd was previously a member of the contract-winning team at Balfour Beatty while contract manager, Nick Heede – who also brings a wealth of experience – is managing in-house engineers and subcontractors for commercial contracts.
The additional appointments comprise plumbing and heating engineer Carl Thomson and plumbing and heating apprentice Jack Wild.
Lisa commented: “I’m delighted to have joined this respected and experienced family business and look forward to playing a key role in helping HCS Mechanical Services to further increasing the volume of contracts secured with public and private sector clients.”
Nick said: “Having worked alongside HCS in a previous role, I was always impressed by the team’s skill and professionalism, so when they approached me I jumped at the opportunity to come on board.”
MD, Richard Clarke, said: “The combined expertise and enthusiasm of our new recruits will directly contribute to HCS’s continued growth. As a business we are committed to nurturing young talent and are pleased to support and develop Jack to achieve his potential.”
HCS Mechanical Services is part of Clarke’s Group, which also includes Yorkshire and Scotland-based asbestos removal specialist Clarke’s Environmental. Both companies deliver services for wide-ranging public and private sector organisations, including local authorities, demolition, police authorities and domestic and commercial customers.
Carl Thomson (left) and Nick Heede.