Consultancy Ramboll makes a number of new senior appointments

Ramboll has made made a number of appointments to its senior staff

Chris Fry. Photograph: Julian Dodd/Haymarket Media Group
Chris Fry

Consultancy Ramboll has made a number of senior appointments.

Chris Fry joins the UK management team as director for infrastructure and regeneration. Previously managing director at Temple Group, Fry will strengthen Ramboll’s sustainable infrastructure and regeneration business, supporting transport infrastructure and urban regeneration programmes including those emerging with the new metro Mayors and devolved administrations.

Adam Selvey has joined Ramboll from WSP to take the role of director for building services. Selvey has experience in sustainable, innovative and digital design solutions and has been responsible for UK and overseas projects including the Birmingham Bullring, Liverpool One, The Mall of Egypt, Caspian Waterfront in Baku and The Other Place in Stratford-Upon-Avon.

Hilde Tonne has been appointed chief innovation officer and will sit on the executive board. Hilde has experience in innovation and digitalisation from the telecom and oil and gas sectors. For eight years she was a member of the group executive management of Telenor as executive vice president for group industrial development. Ramboll expects digitalisation is expected to transform the technical consultancy industry in the coming years.

Nick Howard, previously at AECOM, joins the firm as principal consultant. Howard has 18 years of experience delivering global transactions and compliance support and will bolster Ramboll’s compliance, strategy and transaction provision with a focus on industrial and corporate clients.