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BAA Heathrow has appointed John Bullen (M) as general manager, business development. The position includes responsibility for BAA's international consultancy.

Peter Wickens (M) has been appointed managing director of Mott MacDonald's buildings and infrastructure business. Doug Twigg (F) becomes managing director of international operations.

Robert Firth has been appointed first chairman of CIC Wales.

Caunton Engineering in Nottingham has appointed Geoffrey Taylor (M) marketing director.

Gordon Sage (M) has joined Railtrack as a non executive director. Norman Broadhurst (M), executive director, has recently retired from the board.

Paul Perry (M) has rejoined Gibb as regional manager of London-based operations. He spent four years with the Mass Transit Railway Corporation in Hong Kong.

Black & Veatch has appointed Martin McLillan to succeed Chris Walters as managing director of the Asia Pacific division of the infrastructure business.

Hyperlast has announced the appointment of Bob Venell as business development manager of the recently acquired coating business of AHA Systems.

Project management consultant Currie and Brown has appointed a new associate, Kevin Bradley, in response to the continued expansion of its lending services division in Edinburgh.

John Parry (F) has joined the Board at De Leuw Rothwell as director responsible for the civil and structural development division, based in Warrington.

Planning research and information specialist Graham Smith has been appointed an associate at Mott MacDonald.

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