Managing director, Willmott Dixon Interiors
He joined our business in 1993 as a management trainee and has progressed through the ranks to become MD for our £100m+ turnover fit-out specialists.
After spells developing his commercial skills with our housing and construction teams, Graham joined Interiors in 2009 as commercial director where he has been a consistent factor behind the company’s massive growth in turnover and size in recent years.
Scale and size
The size and ambition of projects has been transformed under Graham's role. This transition into a top 5 fit-out specialist has seen Interiors now tasked with transforming some of London’s biggest landmarks, like creating a new home for the Design Museum at the Foreign and Commonwealth Institute in Chelsea and a new head office for the DfE at Old Admiralty building.
Graham combines setting the vision and strategic direction of Interiors with a sharp acumen for project delivery, working with our teams to ensure we complete projects successfully. Work to transform the inside of buildings brings risks and plenty of unknowns into the equation but Graham’s mantra is to ensure clear consistent communication with customers, with a ‘no surprises’ ethos.