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Professor Robert Jackson (F) has been appointed as chairman of sustainable engineering technologies in the new school of aeronautical, civil and mechanical engineering at the University of Salford. He will lead the University's new centre for sustainable technology and regeneration.

Arup director and leader of the company's water division Andy Hughes (F) has been appointed chairman of the British Dam Society.

WS Atkins' transportation engineering division has appointed Philip Jenkins (M) as senior structures engineer and Geraint Davies (M) and Chris Roberts (M) as senior highways engineers in the consultant's expanding south Wales offices.

TPS Consult has appointed Brian Perry (M) as transport sector associate director.

Arup's transport planning division has promoted David Thompson to associate director and Fiona Green, Colin Whyte and Paul Irwin to associate.

Marcus Wood and Catherine Pinney have joined Oscar Faber's environmental planning and development group.

Building research body BRE has appointed Gary Neal as business development manager for laboratory testing.

Sheet Piling UK has appointed Andy Appleton as UK piling manager.

Jonathan Hendricks has joined Yolles Partnership as associate.

Paul Munday has been appointed managing director of Capital Response Maintenance, the responsive and emergency repair arm of JJ McGinley.

The QSS Group, specialist quality and audit service provider to transport and railway sector companies, has appointed Peter Parkin to its engineering and safety consulting team.

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