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lMouchel has appointed former managing director of Parsons Brinckerhoff 's infrastructure division Bob Gray to head its rail group.

lBalfour Beatty finance director Ian Tyler next week takes on the role of company's chief operating officer, reporting to group chief executive Mike Welton. He is succeeded as finance director by Anthony Rabin, currently managing director of Balfour Beatty Capital Projects. Also at Balfour Beatty, Alistair Wivell becomes group managing director for building, building management and services taking over from Paul Lester.

lScott Wilson has appointed Petrina Rowcroft as an assistant environmental economist in the sustainability group.

lPhilip Wilson (M) has transferred from the Highways Agency to the Department for Transport to lead a team to transpose the EU Working Time Directive for Mobil Workers into national law.

lEdwin Dibb-Fuller, former head of Parkman's building consultancy, has joined Hyder Consulting as head of building structures in London.

lJohn Deasy has been appointed director at White Young Green's London Central office.

lIan McAllister has joined MVA as projects director, public transport operations.

lRingway Highway Services has appointed three new area directors. They are John Upcott in East Anglia, Jerry Pert in the South East and Tony Stephens in the West.

lLand consultant Johnson Poole & Bloomer has opened a new office in Northwich, Cheshire.

Tony Johnson is the partner in charge and John Moore is the principal environmental scientist.

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