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Announcements

Chris Rogers has been appointed professor of geotechnical engineering at the University of Birmingham. He is joined by lecturer David Chapman and Chris Holt, who becomes a lecturer in highway engineering.

Geotechnical consultant Matthew F Warner & Associates has joined with CII Drilling to form Amplus. Based in Jersey, the firm will offer a design and construct foundation engineering service and geotechnical consultancy for the Channel Islands and the UK.

Richard Nicholson has joined specialist roped access contractor CAN as geotechnical project manager.

Site investigation contractor and consultant Geotechnics has appointed David Bland to lead one of its key engineering teams in Coventry.

Keith Nicholls, previously with Delta Marine Consultants in Holland, joins the Chester office.

Dr Bhaskar Joshi joins Water Management Consultants as Senior hydrogeologist. Environmental scientist and regulatory analyst Florence Munter has been appointed regulatory compliance manager.

Drilling equipment manufacturer Technodrill has a new Turkish distributor, Temsa, based in Ankara. Alcom International is the company's distributor for Pakistan.

Geotechnical instrument manufacturer RST Instruments has opened a new office in Hong Kong with managing director Tim Barwell.

A&G Drilling and Grouting has opened a new office in Moffat in Scotland to act as a base for mine stabilisation contracts in central Scotland.

Discovery Land Surveys has relocated to new offices in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. Contact details remain the same, tel 01698 207070.

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