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Names & faces

WS Atkins has promoted David Caiden (F) to be head of its tunnelling, mining and pipelines division.

David Blockley (F) has been named as the new president of the Institution of Structural Engineers for 2001-2002. He will succeed John Hill.

Michael A Bekhor (M) has been promoted to director and will join the executive board of Cadogan Tietz.

Clancy Consulting has appointed Martyn Headley as divisional director.

Upton McGougan has appointed Graham Brown to head its traffic and transportation division, in line with the company's plans for the expansion of its services in this area. He will be based at the company's head office in Winchester.

Amey Rail has announced Colin Carr as operations director for the Great Western Zone.

Robert Wilson has been appointed as director of operations for WSP Group's East Anglian region. He will be based at Bury St Edmunds. Martin Kealy has joined the company to head its fire consultancy division.

Andrew MacNaughton, chief engineer at Railtrack and Rod Muttram, chief executive at Railway Safety, have joined the board of the Rail Industry Training Council.

Alan Fox has been appointed as the new managing director of Clark & Fenn, the decorative finishes contracting arm of Skanska Construction.

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