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Andrew Tee (M) has joined Watts & Partners to head up the company's building and technology group.

Geoff Lowe (M) has been appointed head of project and construction management for BNFL Engineering. Previously head of project management, Lowe is a past chairman of ICE's North West Management Group.

Hugh Williams (M) takes over as chief executive of the International Marine Contractors Association from Tony Read, who is retiring.

The Costain Group has appointed Mark Hyam as regional director for its London building operations.He previously worked with Miller Construction for 15 years where his most recent position was regional director south.

Parkman Group has appointed Mike Butterfield as transportation and development director.

Matthew Phillips has recently become commercial director for Laing Homes South East Thames.

The Project Centre (PCL) has welcomed traffic engineer Susan McInnes to its traffic and transportation team. She joins PCL from Parkman, where she managed a range of major traffic and transportation projects for clients such as Transport for London, the London Borough of Camden and the London Bus Initiative.

William Fredrickson is the new vice president of sales and marketing for Black & Veatch Corporation's energy services division.

Keith Stubbs (M), formerly of Humberside County Council, is now the principal at the engineering and health and safety consultancy Cottingham Design Associates.

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