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Harper Tether Associates is now in its twenty-fifth year of operation, producing Construction and Building Services orientated documentation, including health and safety files, operating and maintenance manuals, log books and training courses. We have also carried out various works within the Rail and Automotive Industries. We have been producing electronic documents (e-manuals) for the past eighteen years.
Kevin Harper, who trades as Harper Tether Associates, has forty years of experience within the building services industry, having previously been employed by Consultants, national and international Contractors and a leading commissioning and trouble shooting specialist.
Kevin has always been an enthusiastic photographer to club and exhibition standards, so in 2012, he set up Kaydee Images Limited to offer all sorts of architectural and building photography including virtual tours of existing premises. Kevin qualified as a Google Trusted Photographer in 2012, enabling him to work with the Google Business Photos programme. He has since left the project to concentrate on the production of stand-alone virtual tours
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