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Names & faces

FJ Samuely & Partners has incorporated as FJ Samuely & Partners Ltd. Ian SingletonGreen is chairman, Tom Schollar is managing director and Trevor Scott and Peter Crocombe are directors of the company.

Alan Wooltorton (M) has joined Gibb's transport consulting group as regional manager for its Scottish operations. Alan has 30 years experience as a transport planner and engineer for local councils and private consultancies.

David O'Hagen (M) has rejoined PB Kennedy & Donkin as business development director for the programme management division.

John Gains (M), chief executive of John Mowlem, has succeeded Sir Martin Laing as President of the Construction Confederation.

Britpave, the British In-Situ Concrete Paving Association has appointed David Jones to the newly created position of director.

He will be based at the Association's Crowthorne office in Berkshire.

Hyder Consulting has appointed Neil Walls as sales and marketing director.

Mark Duckworth has joined TPK Consulting in Manchester as associate. He moves from Babtie Group Allott & Lomax where he was a principal traffic engineer in the transportation section.

Construction consultant Currie & Brown has created eleven new assistant directors and eight new associates as a result of a a management restructuring.

Allenbuild (South East) has relocated to Unecol House, 819 London Road, North Cheam, Surrey.

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