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Martin Reynolds (F) has left Railtrack and his post as director, development. He will continue his involvement with the rail industry through the Permanent Way Institution where, with Railtrack's support, he will be working to develop the rail industry's knowledge of all aspects of track.

Surrey based consultancy KW has appointed Philip Cooper as director, joining founders Alastair Walker and Khaled Kamhawi. Cooper joins KW from FEA.

Simon Lander (M) has been promoted to the role of Associate at ChandlerKBS's Cardiff office, having worked for the construction and cost management company for just over a year.

Alan Kilbride (M) has been appointed associate of Aberdeen-based Arch Henderson & Partners. He will continue to manage the Clydebank office.

From 5 January 2000, CEDG Ltd will be officially renamed Corus Rail Consultancy as a result of the merger of British Steel - CEDG's parent company - and Koninklijke Hoogovens, the Dutch metals company.

David Miller (M) is the new chief executive of Halcrow Rail. Other appointments to the new senior management team include Alan Runacres (M) as resources director, David Watters as commercial director, and Dr Mark Brown as development director.

Philip Mengel is the new chief executive of English Welsh & Scottish Railway (EWS). He was formerly chief executive of Ibstock.

Gareth Digges La Touche joins Aspen Burrow Crocker from Dames & Moore as senior

hydrogeologist/environmental scientist. He will be taking a lead role in the provision of environmental risk assessment services to the contaminated land redevelopment market.

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