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Findlay Macpherson (pictured) has joined consultant High-Point Rendel as director of corporate projects and country director for Italy.

Tim Cuthbert, Tim Lund and Jeremy Meal have become managing consultants for MVA.

Civil engineering lecturer James Hall has been awarded a Fellowship by the Royal Academy of Engineering to research uncertainty in coastal engineering.

International engineering consultancy and materials testing company Weeks Group has appointed Philip Hill as managing director.

Geoff Sumnall has joined Aspen Burrow Crocker as divisional director, South East Transportation and Environment Division. Peter Hawke has been promoted to associate director of the division.

Anthony Fuller (M) becomes regional director of White Young Green's civil and structural division in the Manchester office. Peter Smith (F) has been promoted to regional director based in Bristol. In Birmingham, Sam Peart (M) is now associate with the Rail Midlands division. Keith Wilcock, Paul Shepherd and Michael Walker also become associate directors of the company.

Chris Girling is Carillion's new finance director.

Thaddaeus O'Higgins has joined Integrated Transport Planning as senior transport planner.

David Dray has joined Mott MacDonald's waste management team.

David Cummins (G) has been promoted to principal engineer at BWB (Traffic & Transportation).

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