Experienced driver Chris Bricknell has become the latest member of the team at Tiger Plant, one of the leading plant hire companies in Wiltshire.
Chris, 29, who previously worked for a road traffic collision recovery company, has been hired as a driver and plant fitter for the business which has its HQ at the Clearwater Business Park, Swindon.
Tiger Plant has grown rapidly during its first year of trading. Owners Stuart Morgan and Andy Rohrer, who already work together as property developers and builders, created Tiger Plant when they realised one of the recurring issues on their building sites was getting the right plant to the right place at the right time.
The appointment comes at a time when the company are continuing to grow. MD Stuart Morgan said:“We’ve been incredibly busy this year. It became clear to us there was a full time position for someone with experience in driving and delivering machinery. We also needed someone happy to maintain the plant.
“We’re delighted to welcome Chris, he has fitted in. He is a problem solver and just gets on with it. He really can turn his hand to anything.”
Chris was born in Oxfordshire and moved to Swindon four years ago.
The father of four who lives with his partner, said: “When I saw the position advertised, I knew it was the job for me. I researched the company and really liked what they’re doing and where they are going. It’s not just driving, but also maintenance of the machinery. I love getting stuck in and prefer working outdoors.”
The team offers over a dozen different types of plant machinery. The range of plant on offer includes micro diggers, a selection of midi diggers and larger diggers up to 20 tonnes. Also available for hire are telescopic and masted forklifts, dumper trucks, fuel bowsers and compaction machines. The machines can be hired by a homeowner with smaller building works right through to those who are managing or running large commercial projects.
For more information visit www.tigerplant.co.uk
Pictured above: Chris Brickell, new recruit at Tiger Plant