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Names & faces

Green Piling has appointed Phil Bates (M) as director with responsibility for technical and commercial development.

Bill Power (M), based at the Reigate office of Oscar Faber, has been promoted to regional director within the company's development planning team.

The Chartered Institute of Marketing has elected John Pratt (M) as chairman. He is the first chartered civil engineer to hold the position.

Paulo Mendes Jorge (M) has joined the European Investment Bank. He previously worked for WS Atkins.

Pell Frischmann has appointed David Beaumont as associate to head its geo-environmental team in the north. The team operates within the company's environment and highways unit from offices in Stockton, Wakefield, Warrington and Edinburgh.

Robert Benaim & Associates has appointed Robert Cook and Nick Southward as directors of its Hong Kong office. Paul Perry has joined the London office as an associate.

Osprey Project Management has appointed David Tanner as director for infrastructure.

The Stone Federation of Great Britain has made Jane Buxey its director.

Rob Lomax of Brookes Northern has been elected chairman of the UK's Corrosion Prevention Association. He will take over from Richard Barton.

White Young Green has appointed George Smith as director of commercial services.

He previously worked for BAE Systems Infrastructure Solutions.

Johnson Poole & Bloomer has created a new environmental, mining and geotechnical team in its Stourbridge office, headed by Tony Johnson, Colin Knipe, Ian Fraser and David Hale.

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