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Newcastle City Council has appointed Keith Taylor (M) as project manager for a new rapid transit system for Newcastle and Gateshead quayside.

Norman Turnbull, senior technical director for WSP in Newcastle, has retired after 38 years working in the region.

Andrew Trewick (M) has been appointed general manager for Carillion's partitioning business Neslo. He succeeds Martin Pugh who has moved to Carillion's PFI business.

Doug Smith has been appointed president for Black & Veatch's European division, responsible for Binnie Black & Veatch, Paterson Candy and Black & Veatch Africa.

Tilbury Douglas has appointed Clive Jeremy Groom to its board as an executive director, effective immediately, and with particular responsibility for the group's facilities services activities.

Anthony Hunt Associates has appointed three new associates to strengthen and expand the practice. They are Mahesh Parmar, Gerry Trotter, and David Weale.

The Railway Forum has appointed Adrian Lyons as new director general in place of David Morphet who retired in December.

White Young Green Consulting Engineers has promoted Leo Hughes to the position of associate director, in the mechanical and electrical division in Leeds.

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