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Names & faces

Brian Counter (M) has joined the Office of the Rail Regulator as engineering adviser. He was previously regional director (Midland) with Balfour Beatty Rail Maintenance.

Noor Awan (M) of Brunel Design Group, Fareham, has become the quality manager for the practice.

Graham Setterfield has left Water UK where he was director of water services to become nonexecutive director of Mid Kent Water.

Knapp Hicks & Partners has appointed Geoff Davies managing director. Professor Brian Clancy has also joined the company as consultant.

Carl Bro Ireland has appointed John Hutchinson director of highways and transportation at Wexford County Council in Ireland.

Intergraph Process & Building Solutions has appointed Kurt Ingenthron as executive vice president of technology and Gerhard Sallinger as executive vice president of global sales and marketing. Both report to David Stinson, division president.

Lance Fogg has joined the Aspen Consulting Group at the Warrington office as principal engineer heading up its traffic and transportation team. He recently left Salford City Council.

Symonds Group has promoted Peter Dilworth to director of waste management with responsibility for developing UK business in waste management and landfill engineering.

Jeff Mosforth (M) has been appointed principal geotechnical engineer at Geotechnical Developments (UK).

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