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Professor Stephan Jefferis (F) has been made an associate of the Geotechnical Consulting Group. He will retain his post as professor of civil engineering and director of research at the University of Surrey.

Dr Jason Le Masurier (M), a research associate from Bristol University's civil engineering department, has become team member of the Movement for Innovation with responsibility for the Great Western Cluster.

Sarah Stroud has been appointed engineer at Card Geotechinics Aldershot headquarters.

North Midland Construction has appointed Stuart Campbell as general manager of the company's new office in the north west.

Trett Consulting has made executive director Jon Prudhoe responsible for the company's Far East offices. Executive director Tony Farrow is now responsible for the northern region, and Mike Kenyon has been made associate director responsible for developing international business with UK and European clients.

Lawrence Yermack has been elected to serve a one year term as chairman of the board for the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America).

Gerard Thibault has been appointed associate director for the building services arm of property consultant Insignia Richard Ellis in Birmingham.

Stan Mimms has joined Pennine Vibropiling as area sales manager for the north of England and Scotland.

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