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Ellis Wilson, John Naylor and Simon Curnick have joined Sinclair Knight Merz building services at the London office.

Hemsley Orrel Partnership has appointed Ian Waddingham (M) associate director responsible for sustainable multi-storey construction.

Kevin Kinsella is to lead ERM's risk team in the UK working in the oil and gas sector.

Ron Chapman becomes chief executive officer for WRc Group succeeding John Moss, who retires at the end of April 2005.

Ian Jones has joined Burroughs Cardiff as regional director.

JMP Consulting has appointed Dr Goktug Tenekeci as principal transport planner at its Midlands office.

Senior environmental process engineer Murray Watts has joined Golder Associates to work in waste management and mining.

Jason Hensman (M) and Steven Waterhouse have been promoted to the board of directors of Caunton Engineering.

Ian Clarke becomes environmental manager at Morgan Est.

Jonathan Tricker joins Urban Initiatives as managing consultant in transport.

Barhale Construction has appointed Steve Martin to the post of chief executive officer.

Jean-Luc Gorinas joins Golder Associates as senior monitoring engineer based at its Maidenhead offices.

Allan Patterson has joined TPS Consult's Edinburgh office as a graduate structural engineer.

Gerry Manley is to provide specialist geotechnical consultancy services at CIL Geotechnics.

Nigel Ash becomes chief executive of MVA in December.

Scott Wilson has appointed Jon Robinson as senior hydrologist to work on UK and overseas hydrology projects.

Black & Veatch's Water Europe division has appointed Amanda Verrall as treasury analyst.

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