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Names & faces

Peter Goring succeeds Bob Cather as Concrete Society president designate for 2004-5.

Neil Raha joins MVA's London office as projects director for transport modelling.

FaberMaunsell has appointed Mark Chadwick as principal consultant responsible for planning, policy and research in St Albans. In the Newcastle upon Tyne office Robert Major becomes senior consultant, while in Warrington, Philip Bullock joins the transport division. Chris Douglas becomes principal freight consultant for the freight studies team.

Iain Moffat has been appointed professorial fellow in dam engineering at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne's school of civil engineering and geosciences.

David Bills CBE joins Wood for Good as an environmental consultant.

Allan Ranson is White Young Green's new group training manager. David Jones has becomes director of the firm's Cardiff office.

Ian Hope has joined Scott Wilson as principal civil engineer at the Leeds office. Anwar Ul-Haq joins the Manchester office as senior engineer responsible for infrastructure.

Parsons Brinckerhoff has appointed Lee Pike as regional associate to head its transportation planning team in Cardiff.

The Government office for the north east has appointed Ian Burdon as chairman of the North East Renewable Energy Group.

AWG has appointed Neil MacLeod to the post of regional director for Infrastructure Scotland and Scott McFadzen as operations director for south Scotland.

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