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We very often tell our existing and prospective clients that we have many years experience in the industry, so Group Chief Executive Stephen Hankinson thought that we should really work it out exactly...
Following on from a meeting that Jeremy Hankinson organised with Wirral Met College a few months ago, and after involvement from Contracts Coordinator Carl Hampton and HR Manager Louise Dunbar in the selection process, we are pleased to announce that two new apprentices have joined Whittle Programmed!
We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Independent Schools Bursars Association (ISBA) in The Brighton Centre for their annual conference on 9&10 May 2018.
EPIC have increased their exposure in the nuclear sector and are delighted to announce that they have joined the Nuclear South West Industry Network, the business platform for nuclear companies in South West England.
We are excited to announce that we will be attending the Academies Show Birmingham on 22nd November 2017!
Hankinson Group are continually working hard to lessen our environmental impact as a company, and in particular our C02 emissions. As such, we have now taken delivery of our first electric company vehicle, and we have a charging port installed in our Head Office car park with a consideration that all future company cars will be either electric or hybrid vehicles as appropriate.
The Company is delighted to announce that Andy Wilks has been appointed as Regional Director of Whittle Programmed Maintenance Ltd. Andy will initially work alongside David Rosser and upon Davids retirement, assume responsibility for the West Bromwich office.
Hankinson Group appears alongside Prime Minister Theresa May in the 2016/17 Parliamentary Review. Established by former minister The Rt Hon David Curry in 2010, The Parliamentary Reviews September release is now a key fixture in the political calendar.
A new case study has just been added to our website under the Our Work tab, and can be found in both the Property and Commercial sub-folders. The contract was for the repair and redecoration to the externals of 50 bungalows to include soffits, fascias, windows, cladded dormer windows, apex cladding, bin room doors, gates and fences, and to decorate the Estate Office.
Following a visit and initial review by John Oliver from the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (ARMC), EPIC have commenced the Fit For Nuclear programme (F4N).