A company is only as good as the individuals that it is made up of. At Kingstal we pride ourselves on being able to attract people with the very best skills and knowledge in the industry. But it doesn’t end there. By focusing on job satisfaction and eﬀective teamwork, we ensure that our employee retention rate is second to none.
Naturally, we invest heavily in our people in the form of training. but we also work hard to ensure that everyone has an understanding of what other departments do, and the challenges they face. This enables us to work together more eﬀectively as a team.
Our successful track record of performance on a build to speciﬁcation project is down to a collaboration of all the teams, painstaking testing, evaluating and quantifying all the technical issues prior to the installation.
This enormously valuable process has helped us improve and expand our range of capabilities on offer.
Simon joined the family business after completing his mechanical engineering apprenticeship. Starting as a labourer, he quickly learnt the trade and became a chargehand installer working on projects all over the UK and Europe. Simons ‘Can do’ attitude along with his Fathers knowledge of heavy engineering meant that they soon found a niche in the larger scale sign projects which Kingstal specialise in today.
Adam is an apprentice trained welder/ fabricator and has built up a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of fabrication. Having moved into the sign industry 10 years ago, Adam has been able to amalgamate his fabrication skills with vast sign knowledge to now be able have experience in all aspects of signage.
All aspects of administration work to ensure all works run smoothly behind the scenes. From quoting to sending RAMS Fiona will get things done.
Lee is an apprentice trained fabricatior/welder. Like Adam he has a wealth of experience in all aspects of steel and aluminium fabrication. Lee has worked in the sign industry for over 10 years and has a real skill for the more challenging projects.
Rob is a qualiﬁed CAD technician and has a wealth of experience in drawing and designing complex sign structures.
Yvonne has over 30 years experience in HR and H+S. Yvonne looks after all occupational health, site safety legislation and matters relating to employee/ employer relations.
Richard is the company Appointed Person, as such he is responsible for the planning and execution of all crane lifting plans. Having been an installer within the company for 8 years he has built a wealth of experience in the installation of large scale sign installations.
To be able to take part in a full service sign company capable of meeting the demands of this diverse arena, requires an array of people with a range of skills and specialist equipment.
The competency of these players needs to well certiﬁed, installations of large structures requires heavyweight personnel and lifting gear.
These are the trainers who provide statutory and safety requirements, providing risk assessments and method statements that ensure the installation is certiﬁed and safe.