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Derek Julier (M) has joined Ove Arup and Rail Link Engineering as senior field engineer for the CTRL Kings Cross Lands section of the project.

Andrew Cox is managing director of Stanford Management Consultancy, while Stephen Munday becomes chairman of the group. A new office in York will open soon with John Francis as its manager.

BICC has announced the appointment of Jim Cohen and Paul Lester to the main board.

Paul E McCormick (M) has joined TMS Consultancy as an Associate.

Carillion's construction management specialist, Schal, has appointed Paul Reader as its new managing director. He takes over from Malcom Baristow.

Basil Jackson (M) has joined Cambridgeshire County Council as the head of passenger transport, following his move from the London Borough of Brent.

Sean Foley (M) has joined the Southern Construction division of MJ Gleeson Group as construction director. Gerry Plumb becomes chief estimator.

Yorkshire Forward has named Susan Johnson executive director, business development. She was formerly chief executive of the Northern Business Forum.

Posford Duvivier has appointed Henry Rowe (M) maritime business unit director based in the Peterborough head office.

Gordon Wright is construction manager of Ballast Wiltshier's West Midlands division.

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