Trinity People

The backbone of Trinity's continued success are the dedicated team of technical Installation & Service engineers, ably supported by a highly experienced Management, Sales, and Administration team.

We are proud to be truly independent and the Board of four Directors remain fully focused to ensure we deliver a first class service.

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Great Employees Drive Our Success!

At Trinity Fire & Security Systems we are proud of the energy, creativity and sense of responsibility our people bring to their jobs every day. Their passion is what drives our success. Some of our employees have been with us for decades, whilst additional new faces also arrive on a regular basis due to our continued growth. All are part of a close-knit community with shared values and a commitment to having a positive impact on the world around us.


James Cass

Airports Senior Project Manager

Describe yourself in three words?

Approachable, Organised and Motivated

Favourite holiday spot?

Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

Favourite drink?

Strawberry Mojito

When and Why did you join Trinity?

I joined Trinity as a Project Manager in March 2017. The opportunity to work for Trinity at London Heathrow Airport was exactly the career move I was looking for due to the scale, complexity and variation of project work on offer.

What’s the best part of your job?

I really enjoy Client and Stakeholder interaction; Going above and beyond sets us apart from our competitors and helps to build long term relationships. It’s a great feeling when a project is delivered to the highest standard, ahead of schedule and within budget.

What kind of challenges do you face in your role?

The main challenges in my role are the operational restrictions related to working at a busy Airport environment. Most of our work is carried out at night so factors such as a late or delayed flight can have a major impact on planned works.

Tell us an unusual fact about yourself?

I was an extra in EastEnders during an extended Olympic episode in 2012!