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Glyn Trippick becomes a partner at Buro Happold. Existing partner Rod Macdonald (M) joins the Association of Consulting Engineers ruling council.

Gordon Ritchie (M) is an associate director at consultant Monson & Locke and will run the new project group specialising in services to major developers, design and build contractors, port operators and the public sector.

Graham Holmes is a director at consultant JMP responsible for the firm's Docklands division. John Howe rejoins the office as an associate director after spending four years in Qatar. Neil Wisher, recently promoted to associate, is now developing the public sector business.

Dr John Roberts, a main board director of Allott & Lomax, has been elected as the next president of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Simon Hale (M) takes over as managing director of Suffolk Waste Disposal Company following the retirement of Colin Palmer (M).

Simon Wooster joins Pell Frischmann from WS Atkins to head the geotechnical department.

Peter Maddocks (M) is regional director for the Midlands rail division of consultant White Young Green. Keith Addison (F) is regional director at the firm's new office in Leicester.

Terry Morgan (M) is promoted to regional director at Boreham Consulting Engineers and will head up its newly created Dublin office. Philip Rust (M) joins the company as an associate.

Nigel King (M) is technical director at Kvaerner Construction International.

Sandy Wimalasena (M) of Mott MacDonald has won the John Mitchell Memorial Award.

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