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Andrew Tenn (M) has joined Watts and Partners to head the company's Building Engineering & Technology (BET) group.

MWH has announced the appointment of Richard Wankmuller as managing director of MWH Europe. He comes to the company after 12 years of senior management assignments with MWH in the US and Asia.

Keith Gardner has been appointed the new head of strategy for London Buses.

Malcolm Simpson has retired from Arup, after spending 36 years running the company's transport planning activities.

Ian Guttridge and David Reid have joined Dougall Baillie Associates, East Kilbride, as technical director and principal engineer respectively.

Ron Jeeves has joined BSRIA as senior consultant in the facilities management engineering centre. He was previously compliance director and assistant director of estates at Imperial College, London.

The Project Centre (PCL) has appointed Roger Harper as principal traffic engineer at its Brighton office.

Greg Cook, a former head of airports for BAE Systems, has joined Mott MacDonald as a divisional director to head up aviation development. His role involves developing Mott MacDonald's aviation business in the UK and internationally.

John Eden-Green has joined Arup Communications as an audio visual consultant.

Mike Hogan has joined Chandler KBS, the Cardiff based cost and project management consultancy, as senior project manager.

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