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GOING PLACES

John Hocking joins independent transport consultancy Steer Davies Gleave's (SDG) London office as a senior consultant with experience in localised transport modelling and planning. He previously worked as a traffic engineer for Colin Buchanan, where he played a role in the £6.1M Corby Northern Link Road project. Clare Neal joins SDG's London office as senior consultant focusing on cartographic and wayfinding projects.

- Gary Baxter steps into the role of operations director at Van Elle's Geotechnical Promotions division. He will be responsible for its day-to-day running. Mark Clewes, after five years as a pile testing engineer on site, is to take on the role of pile testing contracts manager. Stephen Farrer has been promoted to site investigation contracts manager from geotechnical engineer. Richard Smith has moved from graduate engineer to geotechnical engineer responsible for report writing, and Annette Sharpe has taken on the role of office manager after four years as operations assistant.


- Steve Kenney has been promoted to the newly created role of wastewater networks business area manager at MWH, a private, employee-owned firm providing natural resource and construction services. Kenney’s previous role was as a technical manager on United Utilities’ wastewater networks programme. He will be based at MWH’s Engineering Service Centre in Warrington, Cheshire, which covers MWH operations in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and India.

- Nick Raw – who has nearly 20 years’ experience with a series of major national companies – has joined Paul Waite Associates. Raw will conduct comprehensive site investigations for the Skipton-based civil and structural engineering consultancy’s new geo-environmental department.

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