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Peter Hawkins joins Eclipse management team

Posted 13 July 2021 · Add Comment

Security systems provider Eclipse Digital Solutions has welcomed Peter Hawkins as its new divisional manager.



Above: Peter Hawkins, new divisional manager at Eclipse Digital Solutions.
Courtesy  Eclipse


Peter brings a wealth of hands-on security industry experience to the award-winning company, which has offices in Warrington and Melton Mowbray.

“I’m delighted to be joining Eclipse at such a crucial point in its development and looking forward to helping it become even more successful,” said Peter, who started his new role on July 1.

“I’ve worked in the industry for 35 years in a wide range of roles from installer and project manager to divisional operations director. My belief in forging strong working partnerships with clients, understanding and planning for their needs and tailoring the service provided to meet their exact requirements is also how Eclipse do business.”

Based in Essex, Peter is tasked with expanding Eclipse’s client base in the south of England and promoting its innovative use of cutting edge security systems technology. 

Eclipse managing director Alan Drinkwater added: “Peter’s appointment will be invaluable for our continued growth and we’re excited to welcome him to the team.”

Named Security and Fire Excellence Awards Integrator of the Year in 2018, Eclipse’s clients include private businesses and public organisations.

Recent installation projects include a groundbreaking C-UAV system at a CNI site and an extension to a perimeter intrusion detection system at an HMP site. The company also fitted a CCTV system for Escape Restaurant at HMP Wormwood Scrubs, the second opening from TV presenter Fred Sirieix’s The Right Course charity which aims to give prisoners the cooking, service and business skills they need to secure hospitality jobs on their release.
 

 

 

 

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