Renaissance appoints Chief Facilities Management Officer

Business Saturday 06/May/2023 16:58 PM
By: Times News Service
Renaissance appoints Chief Facilities Management Officer

Muscat: Oman’s IFM leader Renaissance Services has appointed Rami Oud as its Chief Facilities Management Officer (CFMO), a key position that will further strengthen the company’s hard FM services and contribute to business expansion goals.

Rami, who joined in May 2023, has over two decades of experience in construction and facilities management, his last role being General Manager, Mosanada FMS Como FMS JV and Aktor Como FMS JV – Qatar.

He has been part of key projects ranging from public infrastructure to military facilities in the Middle East and beyond. Among the many projects he has worked on are Doha Metro and Lusail Tram Network in Qatar, Saudi Arabian Railways, Dubai Metro, Paris Sorbonne University-Abu Dhabi, and Dubai International Financial Centre in the UAE.

A Mechanical Engineer from the Lebanese University and a member of the Order of Engineers and Architects – Beirut, Rami has also lent his expertise to the design and procurement of military facilities in Lebanon, Afghanistan, and Djibouti.

In addition to strengthening Renaissance’s Hard FM services solution capabilities, Rami will also oversee the delivery of construction projects.

Commenting on the role, Rami said, “Renaissance has an appetite for growth and innovation. From senior management to people on the ground, everyone is driven by the same values and aligned with the Renaissance 2.0 vision, which makes driving change easier. I am happy to be part of such a team.”
Welcoming Rami, Stephen R Thomas, CEO, Renaissance said, “Clients are embracing the integrated facilities management (IFM) model to drive standards up and cost down, while streamlining efficiency, quality and international standardisation. Rami brings current and future-thinking expertise to our team capabilities, as a trusted IFM partner for government and other clients, at a time when IFM has significant growth potential for our industry and our own future-focused ambitions for Renaissance 2.0.”