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Names & faces

Working lives Graduate Awards

Emma Thompson has joined JMP Consulting's Leeds office as senior consultant.

Charles Stamp Jr. has been elected chairman of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers with Gerald Shaheen as first vice chairman.

Scott Wilson has made Steve Fairhurst and Bob Yang associates whilst Xia Hewei and Benjamin Sun become technical directors.

Gavin Savage is area manager for Pennine Vibropiling's new regional office in Stirling.

Card Geotechnics has appointed Richard Pennock northern regional manager at its new office in Leeds.

Vanessa Roll has joined the Norwich office of TA Millard East Anglia as an engineering technician whilst Jon Spalding becomes associate director.

Hoare Lea Consulting Engineers has made Ian Billington a partner.

Gavin Ackland has been appointed senior engineer for TA Millard East Anglia in Norwich.

Robert Goldwater becomes sales director for Masternaut.

TPS Consult has appointed Deirdre Corser as senior designer at its Edinburgh office.

Bill Toon joins Allison Homes as area construction manager.

Whitbybird has appointed Alisdair MacKerron (M) as associate director based in the Glasgow office.

Mick Hughes joins Van Elle as group managing director.

Osbourne has appointed Paul McCulloch as group supply chain manager.

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