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Colin Gray, partner in charge of WA Fairhurst's Edinburgh office, is to retire on 31 March after 41 years with the company. Mike Curruthers, partner at the Leeds office, is also retiring on 31 July.

Emily Hurst moves to RPS Planning, Transport and Environment in Newbury as a transport planner. She previously worked for Pell Frischmann.

Consultant Claire Whitehouse has also relocated from Newbury to the company's London office.

Scott Wilson has announced that graduate environmental consultant Sarah Clint has recently become qualified as a EcoHomes assessor.

The Engineering & Technology Board has appointed Alan Clark as its first chief executive.

Michael Webb has joined Hyder Consulting's management consulting division. He previously worked for WS Atkins.

Robert Knutson moves to Corbett, the international construction solicitor. A chartered arbitrator, he takes charge of international sale of goods, mining, telecommunications and power project disputes.

Construction law firm Fenwick Elliott has named Simon Tolson as new senior partner. And noncontentious law expert Chris Whittington has joined the firm from Shoosmiths.

Wan Roslan has joined Turner & Townsend's Asia Pacific team in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Craig Pedersen, executive administrator of the Texas Water Development Board will join URS Corporation in June as vice president.

Tensar International has appointed Peter Sheppard as its new key account manager for the civil engineering and construction sectors.

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