Mark Graham takes over from Macro's Bill Heath as new MD
Mark Graham promoted to the role of MD after serving for Macro's parent company Mace since 2004
International facilities management company, Macro has appointed Mark Graham as its new managing director for Middle East.
Graham has been with Mace, Macro’s parent company, since 2004 and moved to the UAE in 2012, he will replace outgoing MD and co-founder Bill Heath.
Graham joined Macro in the Middle East as director of finance and corporate services, with the aim to drive managerial and working capital performance in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
Macro says Graham successfully supported the growth and performance of the business, with his role eventually evolving in 2016 as he was appointed commercial director.
Graham said: “After 13 years with Mace, I am excited to lead the facilities management business in the Middle East. Macro is a flexible and modern FM company with a number of forward-thinking clients, and I am highly motivated to continue the expansion of the business together with the team.”
Macro Group’s managing director Ross Abbate said: “We are pleased to be appointing Mark as the new managing director for the Middle East.
“He has been with the business for many years and brings a wealth of experience and local knowledge. I look forward to working with Mark to grow our business globally,” Abbate added.
In March of this year, fmME had reported the departure of Heath who was the chairman and MD until Graham replaced him.
Heath spent 15 years at Macro, which he also co-founded with four other professionals.