All hands were on deck this year, as we sailed through yet another very busy summer. From high profile sporting events (that we can’t identify), to well-known festivals that we can, RG’s teams and equipment were working flat-out to maintain the standard of delivery our clients have come to expect. Shipping equipment and engineers across the water to Croatia, from the Royal Albert Hall to Royal Ascot, Spitfires and fireworks at Leeds Castle and spreading the word to 35,000 at an annual convention in Hampshire, the challenges have been as varied as ever. The year is far from over however and so we’ve been busy recruiting …
James Tremayne has joined us this week. James’ previous role was Chief Engineer at Future Projections managing permanent installations, and rental, of AV systems specialising in projection. James will work in the S&I department as Project Engineer, however he will work across the company to share his knowledge and talents. James is well travelled and aside from his enthusiasm for exciting AV system’s, he is a keen photographer.
We are delighted to welcome back Rob Powell who has re-joined us in a permanent role, taking up position within the Sales and Installations Department as a Project Engineer. He brings with him his knowledge within the live sound market having worked with the RG Jones rental department since 2012.
Climbing the ladder…
We’d also like to congratulate our George Beeby who has been promoted to Engineer. George enjoys working on large scale events with a particular interest in rigging and tuning PA systems. He’s also very keen on power tools it seems!
Also working his way up is Liam Croft who joined us as a Warehouse Operative and has now moved onto a Trainee engineer. Liam is very keen to learn and progress his skills especially mixing.
Finally, but by no means least, we’re delighted to welcome Daniel Drinkwater as a full-time employee. Dan previously worked with us on a temporary basis, but has now taken a full-time position within the hire department as Warehouse Operative. When not a work, Dan spends time in his home studio mixing and recording.