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Construction Industry Council appoints new deputy chairman

At a meeting of its Council, members of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) voted in Professor John Nolan as its new deputy chairman, with immediate effect.

At a meeting of its Council, members of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) voted in Professor John Nolan as its new deputy chairman, with immediate effect.

John is expected to succeed Tony Burton, the incumbent chairman, following CIC’s June 2016 Council meeting, when Tony will stand down from his two year term of office and resume the role of deputy chairman for one last year, in accordance with CIC’s rules and byelaws.

John is a past president of the Institution of Structural Engineers and a fellow of both that Institution and the Institution of Civil Engineers. He is also a Royal Academy of Engineering visiting professor of Innovation at the University of Birmingham and a chartered engineer with more than 40 years’ experience in the construction industry.

He started his career as a labourer and progressed from there to become one of the founders of two successful engineering consultancies, one of which, Nolan Associates, he still chairs. He has been responsible for projects up to the value of £300m, including almost all elements of the built environment. He is also one of the founders and chairman of a property development company and a non-executive director of a power company.

17 June 2015

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