Developing innovative systems for you
What we do
Brimstage Engineering Solutions develops advanced engineering systems for you. Combining the latest industry 4 design principles, cutting edge research from academia and human centered design methods; We create unique innovative solutions that are ideal for disrupting established markets, allowing you to quickly gain a profitable foothold in your target market.
Advanced Research & DevelopmentRapid PrototypingIntelligent Monitoring SystemsSensors, IOT & Industry4 SystemsSpecialist Communication SystemsInnovative healthcare, defence & consumer products
How we work
Brimstage engineering uses a phased approach to systems development,
Define :: Research :: Concept :: Develop :: Trial :: Launch
Whilst considering four main disciplines;
Product Design :: Science&Technology :: Engineering :: Software&Data
Brimstage Engineering Solutions was founded by Dr John Kenny.
John is passionate about innovative technology development. He has a degree (electronics), a masters degree (microelectronic system design) and a PhD (sensors and intelligent monitoring systems), as well as +17 years experience designing engineering solutions for the maritime, medical, military and commercial sectors as well as for numerous individual entrepreneurs.
We would be happy to join your project at any stage of development and work with you to produce the perfect solution.
Organisations we work with:
Brimstage Engineering Solutions Ltd
Follow signs from M53, J4 (less than 1 mile), 20 mins from Liverpool, 50 mins from Manchester, 1h 40 mins from Birmingham.
History of Brimstage Hall
There has been a structure on the site of the hall since medieval times. The tower was built in 1398 and is one of many modifications that have occured over hundreds of years.
The Birthplace of Britain?
The hall is built on the site of an ancient fort called 'Bruna's Fort' or Bruna's Burh. In 937AD; Aethelstan faced his enemies here at the 'The battle of BrunanBurh'.
At the end of the battle the boundaries for England, Scotland and Wales were drawn and Aethelstan was declared King Of England.
Home of The Cheshire Cat
The hall was once the home of the Domvilles, a powerful family who had a rampant lion as their coat of arms. As such, it became popular for the locals to portray the Domville Lion on tavern signs. The quality of these portrayals varied, which resulted in the snarling lion becoming the famous grinning 'Cheshire Cat'.
600 years later, a familiar face can still be seen grinning down from the ceiling of the chapel.