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Stephen Bell (M), previously a project director at transport operator FirstGroup, has joined independent merchant bank Quayle Munro, based in Edinburgh, as assistant director in its PFI/PPP practice.

Peter Symmons (M) has joined Bryan Madge Associates, Cowbridge, as business development partner.

Construction expert Andrew Worby (M) has joined Bristol law firm TLT Solicitors. He has over 12 years experience of construction and engineering projects.

Consultant Oscar Faber has promoted Stuart J Munro (M) to regional director, based in the Edinburgh office.

Directors at Scott Wilson (Hong Kong) have promoted three senior staff to the position of associate to support strategic, technical and marketing efforts in Hong Kong and mainland China. They are Douglas McLachlin, Xia He-Wei and Samuel Wong.

Consulting engineer Upton McGougan has appointed Matthew Austin as director designate.

Richard Puttock has become a geo-environmental partner at consultant Peter Brett Associates specialising in development of contaminated land and innovative foundation design.

South Wales based quantity surveyor Huw Thomas has joined the development arm of Macob Holdings, Macob Projects. He joins Macob Projects from Cardiff based quantity surveyors RPA where he was a partner.

UK commercial law firm Nabarro Nathanson has appointed two new lawyers to its growing construction team. Michael Conroy Harris, joins the company from Berwin Leighton.

Carl Thompson, a three year qualified solicitor, has joined the construction team from Lawrence Graham.

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