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Severn Trent Water has promoted Stan Clarke (M) to project planning manager. He was previously investment manager.

New landscape and environment consultant Chameleon Ecoscapes has been formed in North Yorkshire, specifically for construction and environment. Gifford & Partners has promoted Andy Truby (M), based at the company's York office, to regional director.

Building contractor EBC Construction has recruited Mark Moody as senior surveyor and Jason Hancock as assistant site agent. Taylor Woodrow has appointed Norman Broadhurst as non-executive director. He will succeed Kit McMahon as chairman of the audit committee.

Process and environmental management consultancy Ashact has been re-established following a buyout from Dames and Moore.

Project management firm MPM Capita has promoted Bob Gairns and David Shearer to technical directors at their Glasgow office.

Anders Hallberg has been appointed president of submersible pump, mixer and aeration system manufacturer ITT Flygt.

Colin Clinton (M) has been promoted to associate director of Ove Arup. He was previously business development manager.

Laing has appointed Martin Doe to the new position of sales and marketing director.

Michael Chow has been appointed associate of Mueser Rutledge Consulting Engineers, based in New Yo r k . Mott MacDonald has appointed David Billen as associate. He specialises in assisting railway operators and contractors in project coordination.Reported by Nina Lovelace

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