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Names & faces

Adrian Poller (F) has been appointed a strategic waste manager for Dorset County Council. He will be responsible for developing a new waste strategy.

The Strategic Rail Authority has strengthened its infrastructure team with the appointments of David O'Reilly (M) (left) as director of project development and Graham Dalton (M) as director of project implementation.

Gibb Rail has appointed Tony Cornell (A) as executive consultant, to work in the Moorgate office.

WS Atkins has appointed Dave Saunders as managing director of Rolling Stock, based in Derby, while Allen McDonald returns to WS Atkins after three years with Halliburton Brown & Root to take the role of engineering manager in the electrification division.

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

Purac, the process engineering and project management subsidiary of AWG has appointed a safety director at board level for the first time. The position will be taken up by Steve Smith, who is currently projects director of the executive management group.

Amey Rail Infrastructure Delivery has appointed Peter Button to business development manager.

Construction industry professional Alan Crane has joined international law firm Hammond Suddards Edge as an industry special advisor.

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