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CambridgeHOK has launched a recruitment drive to add experienced multi-skilled engineers to its team as the business gears up for an expected busy summer of building new facilities.
An established leader in designing and building highly-sophisticated indoor growing facilities, we offer a complete turnkey service which also includes the development and installation of energy efficient solutions to help clients operate at maximum efficiency.
In recent years our business has been selected on a number of high-profile developments, including designing and building a specialist strawberry-growing six hectare glasshouse for Dyson Farming in Lincolnshire, developing Scotland’s first legal medical cannabis farm and building a successful vertical farm which provides fresh product direct to restaurants in London.
World-leading projects in pipeline
Now, joint managing director Louis Bradley says a recruitment drive is being launched for specialist engineering roles ahead of a summer of ‘major projects’.
“We’re facing a busy summer in terms of building and commissioning some major projects and that means we need to add to our team of multi-skilled operatives, particularly in the field of glasshouse horticultural irrigation systems expertise, and energy centres and other energy efficiency works,” he said.
“As a business we have some really exciting projects in the pipeline and that makes it a great time to join us.
“It is no exaggeration to say that we will be working on world-first projects, which have been in development for some time. They are really exciting to be involved with.
“We are recruiting now as we know there is only a certain amount of this knowledge and expertise in this sector. We are committed to getting the right people and offering an excellent employee benefits package which includes training and opportunities for career development.
“It is important to us to find people who are the right fit for our culture and who can see the opportunity in this company to grow and develop. These are great opportunities as this industry is becoming highly technological in terms of artificial intelligence, robotics, computer-controlled environments, automation and energy efficiency.
“It’s a really varied environment to work in and one that I think that makes us attractive to people with ambition and passion for what we do.”
CambridgeHOK lists the likes of British Sugar, The Eden Project, Royal Botanical Gardens around the country, and a lot of the large universities such as Cambridge, Oxford and Cranfield as clients.
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