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Ambrose McGuire (M) has been appointed director at Donaldson Associates, based at its head office in Uttoxeter.

Chris Adam (M) has joined Babtie Group as a technical director based in the Glasgow head office, with responsibility for geotechnical engineering in Scotland and Northern Ireland. Adam joins Babtie Group from Fugro, where he was onshore division head.

John Mowlem & Company has appointed Alex Miller as regional director for its building division in Scotland.

Based at Mowlem's Kilsyth office, he will be responsible for ensuring the success of current contracts together totalling around £40M as well as developing working relationships with new clients across the region.

Scott Wilson (Hong Kong) has appointed Dr Martin Kwong as chairman and Simon Davies as managing director with effect from 1 January.

lWhitby Bird & Partners has recently taken on sustainability and urban transport expert Ben Hamilton-Baillie as a director based at the Bath office.

Steve Woods has been appointed associate with Intermodal Transportation.

He will support the company's rapid expansion in the UK with the opening of a new office in the Midlands. This comes soon after the recent appointment of Colin O'Smotherly as a principal engineer with responsibility for managing the company's highways division.

Parkman Group has appointed Jonathan Thomas as marketing manager, following substantial business growth in all sectors.

InfoTech Enterprises Europe has announced the appointment of Paul Coates as business development manager of its expanding data conversion division.

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