NARM has appointed Tom Ogilvie as Chairman, following a vote at the Association’s recent Annual General Meeting.
He takes over the role from the retiring Jim Lowther. This follows many years of service to NARM and the broader rooflight industry.
Tom (above) has held the position previously, having served as Chairman from 2013 to 2015 and 2016 to 2018.
He commented: “NARM plays an active role informing government and standards bodies in relation to rooflighting, as well as driving initiatives supporting best practice among manufacturers and installers. I’m looking forward to the challenges that the coming years will no doubt present.”
The NARM Council has also welcomed two new members, Scott Leeder and Henrik Dall Lauridsen. Each will bring many years of experience in the rooflight industry.
Tom added: “We’re delighted to bring new skills and expertise to the Council. I extend our sincere thanks to Jim for his outstanding service in many roles at NARM over the last three decades. His experience and insights will be missed.”
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