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Adrian Marsh has been appointed chairman and Fergus Collie managing director of STATS, the independent consultancy practice specialising in ground engineering, following the retirement of the founder John Glanville (F).

Scott Wilson has appointed the following staff to director;

Anan Allos (M), transport planning, Basingstoke;

Graham Bodell (M), transport planning, Hong Kong; Kim Chandler (M), project management, Basingstoke;

Stuart Coventry (M), environment, Basingstoke;

Andre Evans (F), regional director, Plymouth; Robin Hawley (M), regional director, railways, Birmingham; Bill Jameson (M), regional director, Manchester; John Orchard (M), highways, Basingstoke; Keith Wallace (M), railways, Glasgow.

Price & Myers Consulting Engineers has promoted Phil Hudson (M) to partner, based at the London office. He joined the Partnership in 1987.

Richard Abadie has been appointed head of roads and light rail for the Project Finance & Privatisation group at PricewaterhouseCoopers, effective from 1 July 2001.

Roy Adams, chief executive of the Building Design Partnership since 1995, has been re-elected for a fourth twoyear term by the firm's directors, to run until 30 June 2003.

White Young Green has appointed Denis Lillie as its London and south east regional director for business development. He will be based at White Young Green's new Mayfair office.

Graeme Brindle has joined Amey Rail as the company's chief electrical engineer. Brindle has 28 years' experience in the transport industry, including 17 with British Rail.

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