Despite the uncertainty and the current state of the world, Timmins has witnessed an increase in enquiries for their services. Larger demands on homegrown and local produce due to COVID and Brexit logistical issues has seen demand for agricultural buildings and farm sheds skyrocket.
To keep up with the demand for structural steelwork, Timmins has recently employed new skills into their team, including a specialist estimator; Blake Brumby, and new site manager; Will Thornes.
The pair will be supporting directors Ed Timmins and Dave Starling in their day to day activities ensuring quotes and estimates are quickly returned to customers. The new recruits have been welcomed into the Timmins family and have adjusted well to the increasing demand and pressures.
“The new recruits are determined to hit the ground running, which is exactly what we need at such a busy time. Both Blake and Will are bringing with them a wealth of experience from across the steelwork sector and we are thrilled to have them on our team,” explained Dave Starling, Director.
“We are living our mission to innovate and provide leading structural steelwork fabrication across the UK.”