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Names & faces

Paul Sanders (F) has joined Faithful & Gould, a member of the WS Atkins group, as a cost management consultant.

Chris Williams (A) has been appointed managing director of HRD, a subsidiary of Hydro International. He was formerly UK operations director.

Carl Bro has appointed John Hutchinson director of its civil, highways and transportation sector in Ireland. He was formerly county manager with Wexford County Council.

Alan Nichols has been appointed as rail market sector leader at Gibb Transport Consulting. Avril Banks has joined as business development manager for Gibb's Waste Group.

Daljit Chauhan has been appointed engineering manager for Weston Homes.

Keane Associates has appointed Anthony Caletka as managing director.

The QSS Group of Derby has appointed Jim Bracegirdle as principal safety consultant.

Kent County Council has appointed Pete Raine as strategic planning director from April. He succeeds Robin Thompson who retires in March after10 years service.

Environmental Resources Management has appointed Adam Read as a consultant in its expanding international waste management team.

John Sisk & Son has appointed Julian Armitage a training manager.

Dr Graham Couchman has been promoted to senior manager at the Steel Construction Institute.

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