Shaping our future
Kimpton have been helping to create the sustainable building environments of tomorrow since 1963. Through providing innovative M&E and HVAC Services across the Liverpool City Region, we’ve always been at the forefront of decarbonisation and the drive for net-zero.
As early as 1974, we were designing and installing heat pumps for Walkers Crisps and went on to deliver two other UK firsts in renewable technology. With TATA Steel, we helped develop the first Transpired Solar Collectors in the UK, and with the National Trust, we designed and installed the UK’s first Open Water Source Heat Pump in the sea at Plas Newydd, Anglesey.
Since those early days, we’re still innovating every day, week and year we’re in business.
We’ve always believed that renewable technology would shape our future. This focus is every bit as strong today as it was back then. We’ve gained years of expertise in renewables, way before it was a buzzword for modern business.
It’s this early adopter position that’s put us ahead of the game in the rush towards decarbonisation and it’s even written into our business purpose.
There’s a worldwide push for net zero and we’re leading the charge. No-one is getting there without engineers.
We want the best and brightest minds to join us, drive us and help deliver that net zero goal. If that feels like your kind of future, we’d love to have you on board.