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SES to relocate to new larger factory in Coventry
National engineering specialist, SES Engineering Services (SES) has announced it will be relocating its award-winning dedicated offsite manufacturing facility, Prism, to a new 68,000 sq ft facility in Coventry.
The move has created an opportunity for up to 40 new operatives to be employed in manufacturing and assembling mechanical and electrical (M&E) products including 2D & 3D multi-service modules, plant skids, multi-service risers and sectional plantrooms.
Prism is SES’ flagship offsite facility, responsible for creating M&E services for some of the UK’s largest and most complex buildings. The £180m turnover M&E contractor has a successful pedigree in the use of offsite manufacturing and has won the award for “Best Use of MEP & Pod Technology” at the Offsite Awards for the fourth consecutive year.
Since 2007, the business has been located at a 42,000 sq ft facility in York. The new site at the Coventry Business Park expected to open in September and the firm has already held a recruitment open evening.
Steve Tovey, SES’ Business Unit Director for Prism said: “We are immensely proud of SES’ long history in producing innovative MEP offsite solutions through our Prism factory and have chosen Coventry for our new offsite manufacturing facility because of its engineering heritage and the availability of high quality, skilled people.
“Our relocation and expansion is a result of increased use of offsite solutions on MEP projects across the country and we are committed to ensuring this translates into local job creation and community up-skilling for people in Coventry. We’re looking for the right people to join Prism and become part of a dynamic team dedicated to improving efficiencies in the construction industry.”