Tricon has bolstered its management consultancy team with the appointment of an experienced project director.
Adrian Bayly, who joins the team following 17 years in the industry, will support Tricon’s UK and Middle East operations.
Following his degree in hospitality business, Bayly started in an operational role for a leading food retail service before moving on to join foodservice consultancy the Peter Burholt Partnership, where he was involved in both design and management consultancy.
Bayly said: “The decision to join Tricon was straightforward having understood the quality of clients and the professionalism and experience of the team both in the UK and Dubai. Additionally, a strong company culture built on support and collaborative working, with a sense of community, was something that matched my personal aspirations.”
Tricon managing director, Mike Coldicott, said: “Adrian can speak both languages, he understands the need for a sound strategic business case as well as how that operational and functional reality can be turned into a world-class design.”
Tricon is the UK and Middle East’s largest specialist foodservice consultancy. With a team of more than 40 and offices in London and Dubai it has worked on some of the world’s most prestigious projects including The British Museum, Tate Modern, Google HQ Dublin, the Ned, The Palace of Westminster, The Burj al Arab Dubai, The Zayed National Museum Abu Dhabi and NATO HQ in Brussels.