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Richard Turner (M) has been appointed chief executive of the Freight Transport Association.

Turner takes over from former director general David Green who becomes FTA's first executive vice president.

Scott Wilson (Hong Kong) has promoted Geoffrey Phillips (M) to technical director.

Ian Troughton (M) has joined Capita as director of civil and structural engineering. He replaces Jon Salt who has been promoted to regional director.

Knight Piesold Consulting has established a new company for the Spanish domestic market, but also to further the development of its business in Latin America. Knight Piesold Iberica will operate under the direction of Dr Arturo Gutierrez del Olmo.

Jerry Cutter has been appointed an associate at Flint & Neill Partnership.

Balfour Beatty Construction has appointed three regional safety managers. Brian Hume, Ron Brown and Shaun Davis will manage visiting and site based safety advisers for Scotland, northern England and southern England and Wales, respectively.

Graham Dunhill has been appointed as Herefordshire Council's new director of environment.

White Young Green has appointed Matthew Haley to the position of telecommunications business manager at the Leeds office.

The Association of Consulting Engineers has appointed Jeremy Croxson (M) as business and technical director. He was formerly with Construction Productivity Network and the Construction Best Practice Programme.

Professor Roger Flanagan is to join the Halcrow Group board as a non executive director.

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