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Robin Shaw (M) has been named director of transport at the Welsh Assembly.

White Young Green has appointed Hendrie Barbour (M) associate director for rail Scotland.

Martin Burton (M) has joined Nottingham-based SOL Construction as projects director.

The UK Steel Association has re-appointed Peter Siddall as president for a second term. David Fletcher, Tony Bagshawe and Tony Pedder were also elected vice presidents.

Following its acquisition by construction group Fifehead, Birmingham based RW Buxton has named Paul Tooth construction manager for the West Midlands.

Arcadis Geraghty & Miller International has appointed Edward Butt as principal. He will be based in the company's head office at Cambridge.

Gordon Ray has rejoined Shepherd Construction as board director.

Professor Patrick Dowling has been honoured by the Irish Academy of Engineering for his contribution to engineering. He was awarded a fellowship of the Academy.

Oscar Faber has recruited a new director, Mark Allen (M). He previously worked for the Traffic Director for London as manager of the Red Route scheme.

Mike Burchell will take over as director of Environmental Services at Essex County Council in March following the retirement of Martin Cockersole.

Steve Darling had joined High-Point Rendel as regional director for Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Bill Frederick has also been appointed as regional director of its USA Eastern region.

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