Martin Thomas takes up a revised role within MTA

After 45 years in the industry and 16 years as founder and director of MTA, Martin has decided to redress the work / life balance and reduce his time spent in the office. He has stepped down as a director of MTA to become a consultant to the practice with a mentoring and advisory role to the directors. He will also continue with some project work. Executive responsibilities within MTA now rest with Anne Thomas, Tony Jones and Dave Nellis.

Martin has played a lead role in the business and industry for many years and has been involved with numerous exciting and high profile projects over this time.

His expertise is firmly recognised in the conservation field and in particular in integrating modern services into historic fabric.

Martin has recently taken up a position within Salisbury DAC and has also been appointed to review and update the National Trust Electrical Installation Guidance Notes and Lightning Protection Guidance Notes.

Martin’s consultancy role will ensure that going forwards the MTA ethos of project commitment, attention to detail and high standards are maintained, and his wealth of experience is available within MTA and on a wider basis to all our clients.


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