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lan Bradfield (I) was installed as the new president of the Institute of Highway Incorporated Engineers on 21 June 2002 at Westminster's Church House. Bradfield is the county environment and transportation officer for Denbighshire County Council.

Howard Holt (M) has been appointed to the new position of head of corporate affairs for the Port of Dover.

Dr Ramsay Fraser has joined at head of Atkins Process in Aberdeen. Dr Fraser, who previously led the advanced engineering services department of AMEC, has 20 years' experience in the industry.

Mike Cambridge has founded Cantab Consulting (Kent) to provide expert geotechnical and environmental services to the extractive industries. He was formerly director of the mining and environment unit of Knight Piesold.

Environmental Resources Management (ERM) has recruited Neil Donaldson and Douglas Stevenson to its Edinburgh office to lead a new site investigation and remediation division in Scotland.

Whicheloe MacFarlane MDP has promoted Stephen Biggs to associate structural engineer - director designate.

The council of the British Precast Concrete Federation has appointed Martin Clarke as chief executive from June 2002. He succeeds Alan Tydeman, the current director, who is retiring.

lohn Harrower is the new president of the Specialist Engineering Contractors' (SEC) Group.

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