361 Degrees expands its team

In response to increased demand for its innovative mechanical consultancy and design services, 361 Degrees has added four new members to its team. They are all women, and general manager Mark Penprase believes that diversity is a key part of a successful team.

He said, ‘Fresh ideas and alternative points of view are key parts of 361 Degree’s vision. I am really pleased to introduce Emma Parkins, Alison Reed, Lisa Watkins and Ingrid Goodenough to our team, as it demonstrates our commitment to become an industry leader for mechanical services.

The company is based in Luton and provides a full mechanical-services provision — from initial consultancy, through design and installation, to commissioning and servicing.

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