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PricewaterhouseCoopers Forensic Services Group has appointed Anthony Morgan (M) as a partner and European head of construction dispute resolution services.

Jane Barron (M), a former senior technical director of Gibb, has joined Mott MacDonald to manage the Croydon arm of its environment business.

Sustrans' director and chief engineer John Grimshaw MBE (M) has received an honorary degree from the University of Strathclyde for his organisation's work in developing the National Cycle Network.

Amec architect Peter Trebilcock has been elected vice president (membership) of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

It is a two year term of office starting this July.

Philip Fletcher has left Andersen Business Consulting to join Hyder Consulting as area director for London. He has over 13 years' management and consulting experience in the utilities environment.

Corus Rail Consultancy's London operation has appointed Ian Stelfox as regional manager and relocated the business to new premises.The consultancy is now located at Pentonville Road in London.

EC Harris' Darren Woodthorpe has been named runner up in the Association of Project Managers' Project Manager of the Year competition. He was nominated for his work in replacing a 100 year old bridge in Bromley-by-Bow in 52 hours.

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