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Philip Isgar (F) has left Bechtel to join Washington Group International in Warrington as general manager - infrastructure.

He is currently a member of the Engineering Management Board and represents the ICE on the Construction Industry Council, Industry Improvements Committee.

The Cleveland Bridge Group has appointed Paul Jackson (M) as vice president of Dorman Long, its specialist construction services and products business.

Peter Nelson becomes group director responsible for industry at WS Atkins, while Tony Fletcher, formerly general manager of Railtrack's West Coast Main Line project, replaces him as group managing director of WS Atkins Rail.

Mike Hayes has joined Barhale as chief executive. He was previously managing director for McNicholas Construction.

WS Atkins is restructuring its Transport Planning business, switching from a primarily regional structure to three areas of operation. While retaining his role as managing director of the business as a whole, Andy Southern will be responsible for the policy and plans market, Farshid Kamali has been appointed director responsible for the development and regeneration market, while John Taylor becomes the director responsible for networks and traffic.

Andy Watt (M) has been appointed a director of McLean Hazel transportation consultant in Edinburgh.

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