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Tony Fisher (M) and Vanessa Dunn (M) have joined RPS Transport Planning as associates.

They will head up highway design and traffic engineering respectively at the firm's Manchester office.

Ian De Righetti (M) has co-founded act-engineering, a consultancy specialising in airport planning and design.

Mike Cocks has been appointed managing director of Osborne's civil engineering and rail division. He will now take responsibility for overseeing all aspects of the Osborne Group's civil engineering activities in the south of England.

Jubb Consulting has appointed four regional directors as part of the company's ongoing expansion programme. They are David Friend in Camberley, Rory Jordan in Bristol, Ron Kelly in Cardiff and Wynn James in Plymouth.

Defence procurement minister Lord Bach has appointed George Staple as chair of the review board for government contracts, for a three year period.

Scott Wilson has appointed Martin Herbert as a planning consultant in the company's London office. Also Ewan Craig of Scott Wilson's facilities management group has been accepted as a parttime tutor of facilities management at the College of Estate Management in Reading.

Project management and construction consultancy Capital Monbar has appointed Michael Richardson as construction manager.

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