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Mike Cowman is the new director of Railtrack North West Zone.

Halcrow chairman Derek Pollock (F) has announced the make up of his new senior management team. Tony Allum (F) is vice chairman, Douglas Kennedy (F) chief executive, Peter Gammie finance director, Les Buck (F) chief executive of Halcrow UK, Chris Fleming (F) chief executive maritime and Middle East, Neil Holt chief executive Halcrow Business Solutions and managing director of Halcrow Rural Solutions, David Kerr (M) deputy MD of Halcrow Fox and Sir Michael Angus non execucutive director.

David Coultas (AM) has been promoted to business centre director of infrastructure consultancy for Babtie. Ray Thompson (M) is now business centre director of managed professional services.

Philip Barrett (M) is head of Oldham Council's newly merged environment and transportation department.

Chris Webster has been made managing director of Amey Highways. Paul Wynn has been promoted to commercial director and John Sweeny is director of finance in addition to his role as director of finance for Amey Rail.

Bob Nethery has been appointed senior business development manager for MJ Gleeson's Scottish construction division.

Institution of Highways & Transportation has a new director fo technical affairs. He is Carlton Roberts-James, project manager of Cheshire County Council's park & ride and guided busway initiative.

Garth Nethercot has joined SOL Construction as new business development manager in the company's civil engineering division.

Jim Taylor has been made chief executive officer of Intergraph.

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