Ireland's Electrical Magazine Issue 86


KEEP UP TO DATE WITH ALL THE LATEST NEWS AT BEACON FIRE & SECURITY... NI’s Beacon of fire and security systems burns bright

F rom Apprentice of the Year to high profile, landmark project completions, specialists Beacon Fire & Security (NI) Ltd have a lot to be proud of. Read on to discover their latest news and updates… Award winning Beacon Fire & Security apprentice Adam Smylie,

Case studies:

McCloskey International Following the recent expansion of McCloskey International at its plant in Coalisland, Beacon Fire & Security have just completed a full upgrade of Fire and CCTV Systems. Since 1985, McCloskey International has established a worldwide reputation for high performance products that have introduced many of today’s key mobile screening and crushing innovations. Beacon wish all at the new site the very best for the future. Victoria Square Beacon Fire & Security recently completed a full upgrade of a large 54-Way Refuge System at Victoria Square Belfast. The customer was delighted with the efficient, fast, friendly team of engineers. Grand Opera House Following the recent renovation contract, Beacon Fire & Security are proud to welcome back The Grand Opera House. Beacon Fire & Security’s customer service is second to none, providing clients with great reassurance that they are in good hands as ably demonstrated on this project. Modern Tyres Beacon Fire & Security secured the contract with WKK Electrical for this new 83,000sqft building for Northern Ireland’s biggest independent tyre firm. Modern Tyres says it has identified a niche in the market for quality wheel and rim mounting products for lorries and agricultural vehicles.

finally got to pick up his award for winning South Eastern Regional College’s (SERC) Fire Engineering Apprentice of the Year 2020 after

McCloskey International

Adam Smylie, with his SERC

Covid-19 restrictions cancelled last year’s ceremony. He was presented with the trophy alongside this year’s winner, Megan Davidson. Stuart Rankin, Deputy Head of School for Construction, Engineering Services and Skills for Work at SERC said, “Both of these students have represented the college and their employers at regional and national level. They are excellent apprentices within the college and a real asset to their employers.” SERC, based in Northern Ireland, provides a wide range of courses, apprenticeships and professional development training. The college has close links with fire and security companies, which enables students and apprentices on relevant programmes to gain valuable knowledge and experience. “We would encourage all budding engineers to contact SERC and the MET for further information about apprenticeships,” said Greg Smylie, Managing Director. Hiring Beacon Fire & Security (NI) Ltd are currently recruiting for Engineers and Apprentice Engineers. To apply, send your CV to Fire Engineering Apprentice of the Year award.

Victoria Square

Grand Opera House

Modern Tyres

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