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Mace director responsible for the London Eye Tim Renwick is to be awarded an honorary doctorate of science by City University. Renwick studied for his MBA at the university.

Alec Sandberg has announced that Tom Carbray (F) and Neil Sandberg (M) have been appointed joint managing partners of Sandberg.

Dr Chimay Anumba (M) has been appointed as a professor in the department of civil and building engineering at Loughborough University. He will continue to be director of the Centre for Innovative Construction Engineering at Loughborough.

Black & Veatch has appointed Doug Smith as managing director of the company's European infrastructure business.

He also becomes managing director of Binnie Black & Veatch and remains chairman of Paterson Candy.

Torpy Management has appointed Peter Barton as a divisional director at its head office in Bristol.

Jim Paterson has become a director of Robert Benaim and Associates. David Collings has become technical director.

Paul Winterton has joined MJ Carter Associates, technical advisor on environmental issues, as a technical principal of engineering services. He was previously employed by waste contractor SITA.

Andrew Sims has joined property and construction e-service provider iScraper as UK director of client services.

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