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Professor Barry Clarke (F) of Newcastle University has been appointed chairman of the British Geotechnical Society from 2001 to 2003.

John Johnson (F), director of design and construction services at Gateshead Council, has been named Engineer of the Year 2001 by the Association of Municipal Engineers.

Thames Water's new business centre in Reading, which will form the hub of its worldwide operations, was officially opened on 25 June.

Tony Pryor, chief operating officer of Brown & Root in Europe and Africa, was appointed CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

This award was made in recognition of his services to the UK defence industry. John Leigh Phillips (M) was awarded OBE for services to agriculture in Wales. Anthony Burton (M), was awarded MBE for services to mentally disabled people in Gloucestershire.

Derek Pollard (M) has been been appointed chairman, and Colin Davies (F) secretary, of the North Thames branch of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Law firm Bevan Ashford has appointed Alison Buckingham and Ken Mortimer as partners at its Bristol based Built Environment group.

Buro Happold chairman Michael Dickson and senior partner Ian Liddell have been named Honorary Fellows of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

UK Law firm McGrigor Donald has appointed Colin Fraser, a contentious construction law specialist, to partner.

Terry Ireland has joined Swallow Construction as project manager in the London office.

Citex has promoted Richard Lewis to associate at its Bristol office, to promote the expansion of project management services in the South West.

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