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Viviano Domenico Rossi (M) has been awarded an MBE for services to British Interests in France.

David Cooper (M), project director for the London Orbital Multi Modal Study and team leader for the Government Office South East, DETR, was awarded an OBE for services to transport.

Keith Barnes (AM) has joined Harrogate consultant Hill Cannon as partner in charge of its recently established Reading office. Chris Sharpe (AM) has been promoted to associate at the Harrogate office.

Mark Joel is the new director of Tarmac's Anglia region.

Rupert Cowen has been appointed a partner in Hammond Suddards' construction and engineering unit in London.

Tony Murphy becomes general manager of Galliford UK's facilities management division.

Iain Burrows (M) and Brian Findlay (M) have been appointed directors of civil engineering contractor George Leslie. Both will operate from the company's head office at Barrhead, Glasgow.

Ian Baxter, chairman of the Cotswold Line Promotion Group, has joined Oscar Faber as an associate director. He will manage the company's public transport consultancy in the West Midlands.

Kong Wai Chuen, a third year civil engineering student at Hong Kong university, has been awarded this year's Scott Wilson Scholarship.

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