Jerome Frost has been appointed Chair of Arup’s UK, India, Middle East, and Africa (UKIMEA) region to strengthen the firm’s focus on sustainable development.
Leading a 6,500-strong team, Jerome will focus Arup’s business on shaping more inclusive, safe, and resilient communities, infrastructure, and cities.
Jerome, an internationally recognised expert in urban planning, major events, and economic development, has led and delivered major projects that set new standards for sustainable development. As the former Head of Design and Regeneration for the Olympic Delivery Authority he played a leading role in the delivery of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games design strategy and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. He has played a key role in other major regeneration schemes across the UK including King’s Cross, Wembley and Bristol Temple Meads, as well as large-scale urban, transport and reconstruction projects globally – in South Africa, South America and East Asia.