Dominic Vallely Retires from Tenos

After 14 years working with, and latterly as a Director of Tenos, Dominic Vallely is to retire today, Thursday 30th June 2016.

Dominic joined Tenos in 2002 after 17 years’ experience in the fire industry, which included senior roles in railway fire safety management following a short time with the fire brigade.

During his time at Tenos, Dominic has been instrumental in establishing the firm’s fire safety management division. He also formed an integral part of the design and planning teams for a number of landmark buildings including Kings Cross Station, London; and National Health Service Blood and Transplant premises throughout the UK.

“I have been privileged to work alongside some of the best fire engineers in our industry during my 14 years with Tenos,” said Dominic. “Whilst I am saddened to leave the firm, I am now looking forward to my retirement, spending quality time with my family and watching my grandchildren grow up.”

“We commend Dominic’s accomplishments as a Director of Tenos,” said fellow Tenos Director John Barnfield. “In particular, he was instrumental in the development of Tenos Benchmark – our real-time client fire safety management system. We would like to thank Dominic for his years of hard work and commitment and wish him a long and healthy retirement.”

A farewell dinner was held for Dominic at Cranage Hall in Holmes Chapel, Cheshire which was attended by the directors and staff of Tenos.