Monday, April 15, 2024

Tecserv UK appoints new security project manager

Fire and security alarm maintenance and installation specialists Tecserv UK has appointed Paul Hopcroft as its new security project manager.

Paul has over 29 years of experience within the fire and security industry, starting out at Shorrock Security as an installation engineer and progressing to installation supervisor before moving into their national account division as a project engineer.

More recently Paul worked for Clymac Fire and Security as their senior technical engineer which involved project design support, internal auditing, engineer training and mentoring and providing onsite engineer support.

In his new role at Tecserv UK Paul will be responsible for all security projects involving the installation of intruder alarms, access control and CCTV systems and will manage all projects from confirmation of order right the way through to completion and successful handover to the customer.

Paul said: “I was seeking a new challenge and when I heard about the opportunity to join Tecserv I jumped at the opportunity to join such a well-respected company. The team is well renown within the industry for its consultative approach and reputation for delivering high levels of customer service.”

Tecserv UK is based in Underwood on the border of Nottingham & Derbyshire. The company specialises in the installation and maintenance of fire and security systems for businesses of all sizes including some of the UK’s most prestigious brands and iconic buildings such as St Paul’s Cathedral in London, The Ritz and Bulgari hotels, Pinewood Group, Harvey Nichols, M&S and McArthurGlen Designer outlet shopping complexes.

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