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Meridian have supplied M, E&I trades and supervision to the Engineering Construction industry for over 10 years and were one of the first Employment Businesses to be awarded full ECIA membership in 2008 – we have a proven history in the industry and one that we are proud of.

We feel our approach is wholly different from that of our competitors, working in conjunction with our clients' project teams; we help to ensure productive Industrial Relations and are responsible for the management of Health & Safety.

We provide fully qualified and vetted labour with evidence of competency and eligibility to work held on file. Not only that but we supply operatives with suitable Engineering Construction experience, we know our market.

We have the capability and expertise to supply both small and high volume labour requests at short notice and directly assist clients with their onboarding and help make the process easier.

Positions we typically supply are:

Electrical Technicians | E&I Technicians | Instrument Technicians | Maintenance Technicians | Approved Electricians | EC&I Technicians | Panel Wirers | Electrician’s Mates | Cable Pullers | Platers | Rigger | Mechanical Fitters | Mechanical Technicians | NDT Technicians | Pipe Fitters | Valve Technicians | Coded Welders | Fabricators
 
For further information on construction engineering recruitment, please contact us

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