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Weeks Consulting has appointed Dan Riding as principal environmental scientist heading the earth sciences risk assessment team at Tamworth. Marek Majewski has joined Weeks Group's office in Warsaw, Poland. Michael Savage has joined Weeks Laboratories as commercial development manager in Maidstone and Tom Robinson is manager of the Manchester laboratory.

Robin Southwell will join WS Atkins Group from BAE Systems as chief executive in April. He replaces Michael Jeffries, who takes over as chairman from Sir Alan Rudge when the latter retires at the end of March.

Mark Cunningham has joined consultant Card Geotechnics as senior engineer.

Adam Czarnecki will oversee GeoDelft Environmental's new specialist geotechnical services. Stuart Metcalf takes charge of the firm's water management services.

Geoff Davies has become managing director of Knapp Hicks & Partners. He remains chief executive of UK Subsidence Group. Association of Consulting Engineers chairman Brian Clancy becomes consultant to the firm.

John Hourigan has been appointed commercial director of AIG Remediation, based in Wetherby.

Paul Eastwood has been appointed technical director for the environmental division of consultant Joynes Pike. Ian Johnson and Tony Hewitt become associates.

Andy Geldard has been promoted to contract director of earthworks contractor Webfell Group.

Integrated Geotechnical and Environmental Services (IGES) has moved to new offices in Kenilworth.Tel:01926 851 113.

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