The Building Engineering Services Association (the BESA) has named Malcolm Thomson as it new President for 2016/17.
Malcolm started in 1972 with Sadia Airofreeze as an apprentice technician, and studied at Willesden College of Technology. When he had finished his training, he worked installing and servicing supermarket display cabinets and cold rooms for BOC Linde.
In 1985, Malcolm became a director and co-owner of Halcyon Air. In 1999, he founded cooling and building services provider, Enigma Environmental Services, with clients in the UK and abroad . Thomson also co-owns Kelvin Ross Engineering.
Malcolm is a Fellow of the Institute of Refrigeration and a director of ACRIB (the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board). He is a past-chairman of the BESA South Midlands Regional branch, and vice chair of the RACHP group, and a member of the Membership Committee.
Malcolm became President of the BESA at its Annual General Meeting on 7th July 2016.