IoR announces changes to its board

Graeme Millar (Left) Mark Dunn (Right).
Graeme Millar (Left) Mark Dunn (Right)

The Institute of Roofing (IoR) has announced Graeme Millar as its new chair and Mark Dunn as vice-chair to its board, who both who joined the IoR Board earlier this year.

As an IoR Fellowship member since 2014, Graeme’s experience in the construction spans more than 40 years when he began his career as a trainee slater at William Millar and Sons in 1978. He is the fifth-generation roofing contractor in his family.

His high-profile career has seen him serve as managing director of Bain and Irvine Ltd for 33 years, as well as managing partner for Graeme Millar Roofing Consultants for 20 years. Graeme is currently president and head of technical at the International Federation for the Roofing Trade (IFD), and former president of the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC).

Mark Dunn has worked in the roofing industry since 1985 and is now head of training at Sika Liquid Plastics. He has worked his way up to management roles after coming ‘off the tools’ earlier in his career. Mark has been a member of the Institute since 2005, and became one of its regional officers which, he said, provided him with the opportunity to “give something back to the industry” and use his knowledge and expertise to help future generations of roofing.

The new board appointments come as discussions are taking place between the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the IoR, with a view to integrate the Institute into the CIOB’s diverse membership and global operations.

Commenting on these key appointments, Kay Rose, CEO of the IoR, said: “We are delighted to welcome Graeme and Mark to these new positions, and I look forward to working closely with them both throughout the proposed CIOB integration as we move into an exciting year of change. Both Graeme and Mark are such valuable assets to the Institute, and we value their continued support and experience as we navigate through a new era in roofing.”

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