Mark Skinner takes up NASC Vice Chair role

Mark Skinner takes up NASC Vice Chair role

Scaffolding trade body the NASC now has a full complement of regional Vice Chairs through the appointment of Mark Skinner in Scotland & Northern Ireland.

Mark, Technical Director and co-founder at City Access Scaffolding Ltd, brings more than 20 years of scaffolding industry experience to the role, having served his time as a scaffolding apprentice working on the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, and subsequently holding trade, supervisory and management roles on a variety of high-profile projects in the industrial/offshore sector.

Speaking about his position as NASC Vice Chair, he said: “I’m really looking forward to working alongside the Regional Chair, Ronnie Charters, to deliver the best for members across Scotland & Northern Ireland.

“I hope to bring a fresh set of eyes with a background from old school and new school scaffolding to help the NASC keep bettering the industry and looking after other scaffolding companies out there.”

Ronnie Charters added: “I’m pleased to have Mark as Vice Chair. He’s someone I know really well, so I know he’ll be a real asset to the region.”

Mark’s appointment means that all five NASC regions now have Chairs and Vice Chairs in place.

NASC Managing Director Robin James said: “It’s great to have a full set of Vice Chairs as this ensures that the members across the UK have two contacts within their region to approach with any questions or suggestions, and also helps with succession planning.”

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