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The security modular panel system manufacturer Securiclad has appointed a new draughtsman.
John Wilkins, from Hebburn, will be working with clients of the North Tyneside-based company to produce general arrangement and manufacturing drawings, which support the design process. John holds an ONC in Civil Engineering. Before joining Securiclad, he worked in the offshore and construction industries.
Securiclad says that its modular composite panel systems are used to create secure places in such sites as data centres, water utilities infrastructure, hazardous waste storage facilities, healthcare facilities, financial institutions and retail units. The product can be used in new buildings or retro-fitted, and is pre-finished, negating the need for wet trade requirements. It has internal and external applications and can be used to form a standalone ‘room’, kiosk or partition.
The product is described as modular, iand bespoke and can be designed to specification.
John Wilkins said: “Securiclad is at the leading-edge of physical security and it’s therefore highly exciting to play a part in its continued expansion. I’m looking forward to working with contractors and end users in the project design process, and to be helping them create secure environments. The company is a real innovator in the security sector and this role represents a fantastic opportunity.”
Mike McColl, managing director of Securiclad, said: “We’re delighted to welcome John to the Securiclad team. His extensive skills and experience will be brought to bear in supporting our customers in safeguarding sensitive data, hardware, hazardous materials, infrastructure and valuable goods and equipment. We pride ourselves on offering a comprehensive service and John will be performing a key role in this.”
About the firm
Securiclad, which is made in North Tyneside, is delivered across the UK and abroad. Securiclad can be offered as a turnkey solution, via approved and certified personnel or on a supply-only basis for contractors who prefer to install themselves. Securiclad can also be supplied fully assemble Visit www.securiclad.co.uk.