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Archive for May, 2021

CSA High Flyer!

Today we’re congratulating Thomas Miller on his recent Commissioning Specialist Association (CSA) result.

Thomas achieved a Merit in his DLC Part B and is now studying hard for his next exam.

Having joined us in July of 2017, Thomas is close to completing his 4th year at End Systems, and continues to be a valued member of our team.

Good luck in your next exam Thomas, and well done!

End Systems – Project Win!

We are pleased to be appointed by Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick to carry out the floor fit-out works on 8 levels on Sir Henry Royce building situated in Manchester.

End Systems are offering our full turnkey package on this project, providing the Commissioning Management, Hands On Commissioning & Testing, Water Treatment and Documentation Services.

The University will house more than £200m of Royce facilities and equipment.

The £105m, nine-story building at the heart of the University’s Engineering Campus will be home to world-leading materials scientists, £45m worth of equipment and collaborative space for industrial and academic engagement.

End Systems – 45 Years Young!

Today we’re celebrating our 45th year in business!

From our incorporation in 1976, to now, a lot has changed at End Systems over the years, and we’ve gone from strength to strength throughout!

To our current team, we say thank you for everything you do each day to make this company great!

To past team members from years gone by that have contributed to our success, we extend our sincere thanks!

Here’s to the future of End Systems, one vision, one team….

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

We’re keen to spread awareness of the challenges surrounding mental health here at End Systems, operating an open door policy, and promoting an atmosphere where people can feel comfortable discussing anything, with anyone.

This years Mental Health Awareness Week focuses on 5 key pillars – or 5 Ways to Wellbeing.

Connect with each other – from next Monday hugging is allowed! Give someone that long awaited squeeze!

Exercise more – short walks or long runs – it all counts

Be aware – Ask someone if they’re ok – remember its ok not to be ok

Increase your learning – learn something new everyday – whether that’s for yourself, or about others

Give more – it doesn’t have to be financial or materialistic – a smile or a nod will do!

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week