Thain Joins HVAC Board

Posted by Eric Haun
Monday, March 17, 2014
Angela Thain

HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering Ltd., a provider of manufacturing, design and engineering services in hazardous and harsh environment products, has appointed a new member to its board of directors as the company looks to maintain its current strong growth.

Joining HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering Ltd. with more than ten years industry experience, Angela Thain joins the company board as its projects director and will be responsible for overseeing the successful delivery of all projects the company undertakes.

Thain has aBSc (Hons) Design for Industry from RGU and a MSc Industrial Design from Salford University. Sheis the third woman to join the HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering board of directors after Audrey Davidson, the company’s financial director and Sharon Bell, the company secretary. The HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering board is currently made up of seven people.

Thain’s appointment to the board completes a full circle of her time within the industry having secured one of her first jobs with HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering in 2005as a graduate designer.

HVAC & Refrigeration Engineering recently reported an order book exceeding £14million for the first half of the financial year and a pledge to invest £3million in new custom-built premises.

The company currently employs around 90 people and is anticipating that its head count will grow by 20% during 2014.
 

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