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Moving to Wolverhampton University to become academic subject leader for civil engineering.

Keith Withey (M) has set up the Civils Solutions consultancy, concentrating on investigations, feasibility studies and problem solving for bridge and retaining wall strengthening and repair.

Water UK has appointed Phillip Mills director of water services to advise the organisation's members on strategic asset management and service issues.

Mills previously worked for Montgomery Watson.

Stephen Grange has been made a partner with the Andrew Firebrace Partnership, the regional structural and civil engineering design consultancy based in Cambridge.

The Weir Group has appointed Mark Selway as chief executive.

Inshore geotechnical specialist Andrews Survey has appointed Adrian Pearce geotechnical manager, to be based in the Great Yarmouth office. He previously worked for Fugro.

Plasflow has appointed Malcolm Gough as its new business development manager.

AFP Construction Consultants has appointed Simon Wright as a director. The Cambridge based firm was previously known as AFP Health & Safety Consultants before expanding its service base.

Plymouth based Architects Design Group has taken on three new specialists; design manager Andrew Coughlan, restoration and conservation expert Kate Price and refurbishment specialist Andrew Bush.

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