TICA becomes 29th member of CICV

The CICV has welcomed the Thermal Insulation Contractors Association (TICA) as the 29th member of the influential coalition of trade and professional bodies.

Established in 1957, TICA represents the interests of professionals and companies engaged in installing and applying thermal insulation across the United Kingdom.

Alan Wilson, Chair of CICV and Managing Director of SELECT, said: “The inclusion of TICA as our latest member underscores the ongoing relevance and attraction of the CICV across the varied professions within Scotland’s construction sector.

“Each new member contributes to our collective strength and enhances our ability to advocate on important issues with government and industry sectors.

“TICA’s expertise adds significant value to our coalition, especially now, as the Scottish construction industry navigates both immediate challenges and long-term strategic concerns. Their participation reinforces our capability to champion fair and sustainable solutions for our sector effectively.”

Marion Marsland, TICA CEO

As a leading industry body, TICA is dedicated to promoting high standards of workmanship and practice within the sector. It provides comprehensive training and qualifications to insulation professionals, advocating for the critical role of thermal insulation in energy efficiency, environmental sustainability, and cost reduction across various industries.

Marion Marsland, Chief Executive of TICA, said, “I believe our involvement with CICV will be a positive and beneficial step for all parties and underscores TICA’s commitment to actively engage in addressing the challenges within Scotland’s construction sector. TICA brings a depth of knowledge and experience in thermal insulation to the table, which I believe will significantly complement the collaborative efforts of the CICV.

“TICA intends to be an integral and active partner within CICV, using its expertise to support CICV’s collective endeavours to promote industry standards, sustainability and efficiencies within this vital part of Scotland’s economy.”