Three Jolly Good Fellows
OHMG Managing Director Martin Lennon has recently achieved Fellowship status of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
Fellowship is the highest class of membership, and is only awarded to applicants who hold very responsible positions in their chosen field as well as bringing distinction to the construction industry and adding to the prestige of the CIOB.
Others within the company who have attained this status include Eamon O’Hare along with those pictured, Noel McKee, pre-construction manager, who has also recently been elected to the business development board of the CIOB and also Nick Oldfield contracts manager.
Martin said: “I’m delighted to achieve this distinguished status, and I’m committed to being active in promoting the Institute, as well as proactively working with the CIOB in bringing its benefits to our staff at OHMG and the wider Northern Ireland construction industry.”
The CIOB is the world’s largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership and its mission is to contribute to the creation of a modern, progressive and responsible construction industry as well as meeting the economic, environmental and social challenges of the 21st century.