Amey has named three of the bosses who are to lead its four new business units.
The firm’s chief executive Andy Milner said the new managing directors will lead the units aimed at consolidating its expertise.
James Haluch becomes the managing director of highways unit. He joined Amey in 2015 from Mouchel to lead Amey’s strategic highways business.
Nicola Hindle becomes the managing director of consulting and rail. She was previously the finance director for consulting and strategic infrastructure.
Rob Edmondson will lead the third unit of environmental services. He joined Amey in 2013, leading its environmental and waste services accounts as sector business director.