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Cass Hayward & Partners has promoted Alan Monnickendam (M) to partner.

John Catling (M) has taken over as managing director of Thames Water's productsdivision.

Malcolm Bairstow is joining Ernst & Young's Real Estate Consulting group as partner. He was formerly managing director of Schal International.

Richard Dean has been appointed managing director of May Gurney (Construction). He takes over from David Sterry who is now the group's chief executive.

Birse Construction has appointed John Marshall (M) as regional director for civil engineering in the north west. Dr Christopher Honeyborne has also been appointed a non-executive director.

Wafir Al-Ghabban (M) has set up CEEMA to provide engineering consultancy services in civil and environmental engineering, based in Warwickshire.

GIBB has appointed Keith Richardson divisional directorfor GIBB Waste, based in Newcastle.

Daniel Atkinson has been appointed managing director of the internationallegal and arbitration division of James R Knowles.

Mike Barker has been appointed regional director south for the environment division of Parkman.

Weeks Technical Services has opened a new office in London. Robert Bull, formerlyof Miller Mitchell, will head the office.

Prismo Doyle has changed its name to Accord Jarvis.

Eric Finlayson has been promoted to principal, heading the BBC's buildingdesign division.

Reported by Nina Lovelace

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