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Names & faces

Professor Robert Mair (F) has been appointed Master of Jesus College, Cambridge.

Professor David Mackay OBE, recently retired director of SEPA North, has taken up the position of chairman of EnviroCentre, an environmental consultancy with offices in Glasgow and Belfast.

Tony Conway (M) has been appointed head of asset strategy at United Utilities.

Philip Baker (M) has been appointed director to Oscar Faber, responsible for the health and safety advisory arm of the business.

A new consultancy, Minerva, has been launched in Surrey to provide specialist support and software development, primarily for the transportation planning industry and public sector bodies.

Eve Trakway has announced that Nigel McKinnell is to become managing director of its UK business.

The Construction Industry Training Board has appointed Aaron Mounds and Di Barber as equal opportunities and diversity advisers to help women and ethnic minorities gain access into the construction industry.

The Quarry Products Association has appointed Sir Tim Chessells as non-executive chairman.

Gibb has appointed environmental and contaminated land specialist Stefan Waldek as technical director of the company's remediation assessment and engineering division, based in Reading.

The Steel Protection Consultancy has appointed Garth Cox as full time senior consultant based in the Milton Keynes head office.

Rugby Cement has appointed Peter Howes as new financial director.

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