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Names & faces

lVice Admiral Peter Dunt has taken over from Ian Andrews as chief executive of the Defence Estates Agency.

lBill Hansford, of Highway & Infrastructure's bridges group in Taunton has been promoted to senior project manager.

lBoreham Consulting Engineers has promoted Sid Wade, Gerry Corrance, Philip Rust and Joseph Ellis to the new position of associate director, while Mark Neville, Jim Dumont and Clive Burbridge have been promoted to associate.

lLindon Roberts has joined specialist process engineering contractor RB Plant Construction as business development manager, after two years at Powder Systems.

lHuw Edwards (M) has left London Underground's Infraco BCV where he was interface manager, to join Cross London Rail Links (Crossrail) as senior engineering design manager.

Edwards is currently a member of the ICE's Transport Board and a member of the Management Committee of the Railway Civil Engineers Association (RCEA).

lVibrock has appointed Andy Green to the company's personal noise and dust department, Peter Tallantyre to the environmental and vibration team, Matthew Stnnet to head up stack emission monitoring and Paul Flynn as environmental consultant as the company's Scottish office.

lWater-people has announced the appointment of Sean Tandy as business director of the Leeds based recruitment company.

He will focus on all aspects of recruitment and in particular specialise in the contracting arm of water sector construction and development.

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