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Ken Harland (M), former managing director at Owen Williams, joins Jarvis Highway Maintenance as commercial director.

Adrian Dyball is the new managing director of construction at Dean & Dyball. Former chief executive John Molloy and former managing director, construction, Josh Lavis have left the firm.

Paris Moayedi, chief executive of Jarvis, has been named London Turnaround Entrepreneur of the Year.

Graham Fifoot has left Jarvis Rail to join recently established EOM Rail as general manager, responsible for developing the new business alongside Manchester based parent EOM Construction.

Keith Corrie, former managing director of WS Atkins project management and information technology, is to be made an honorary fellow of the Association for Project Management.

Andrew Outram (M) is principal associate at Joynes Pike and Associates responsible for the structural design division.

Ian Viney is regional director of WSP Environmental, based in Cardiff.

John Dunbar (M) of Halcrow Crouch has been made a visiting professor at University of Strathclyde's department of civil engineering.

Richard Taylor (F) is managing director of Bullen Consultants. Richard McCaffrey (M) joins the board.

Dirk Hazell takes over as chief executive of the Environmental Services Association this month.

Andrew Nash is business development manager at Alfred McAlpine Construction.

Terry Gostling (M) is appointed project manager at Nitor Group's police and military, advanced training facilities business.

Colin Lee, a final year civil engineering student at Kingston University, has been awarded the Professor Chris Binnie travelling scholarship.

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