Helen Duffy Appointed Technical Director of MLM Ireland

Helen Duffy has been appointed as Technical Director of MLM Ireland, a leading multi-disciplinary engineering and environmental consultancy who have entered the Irish market in order to provide independent Assigned Certifier services in accordance with the Building Control (Amendment) Regulations 2014. In her new role, Helen will have responsibility for leading the management function and delivering on the strategic objectives of the business in Ireland.

MLM Group, headquartered in the UK, were established in 1966 and operate on an international level with a presence in Scandinavia, continental Europe and the Gulf States. As a leading provider of Building Control Compliance and Corporate Approved Inspector services to the UK market, MLM have established an Irish office to provide  similar expertise and service offering  to the Irish market as independent, third party Assigned Certifiers.

Helen joins MLM Ireland after 20 years with JNP Architects, where as an Associate Architect & Partner, she led major public and private sector construction projects such as the Northwood Campus in Santry, the new Ashbourne Town Centre, social housing and healthcare developments both in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Steve Oliver, Executive Chairman of MLM Group commented, “We are delighted to have appointed someone of Helen’s calibre and experience, to lead and establish the MLM brand in Ireland, working in partnership with our UK-based multidisciplinary experts. She has an impressive track record of work to date, possessing outstanding cross-industry knowledge and expertise, which will be invaluable in sustaining and building our bespoke tools and service offering.”

Helen is a graduate of the University of Liverpool where she achieved a BA (Hons) and BA in Architecture. She is also a registered member of RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) and spent time working in Switzerland and the United Kingdom before moving to Ireland in the mid-1990s.