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Ian Findlay (pictured) has been appointed special assignments director at High-Point Rendel, the management, business and engineering consultancy. He also becomes head of skills for investigation and due diligence in the company's Europe, Africa and Middle East region.

Peter Drummond, a director of Building Design Partnership and chairman of BDP Planning, has been appointed chairman of BDP's London office.

Tony Milburn has been appointed executive director of the International Water Association.

David Virden (M) is Mouchel's managing agent's representative for the Scottish North East All Purpose Trunk Road unit. He takes over from Colin McPhail, who has left to spend more time on his family business.

Barry Kavanagh succeeds Brian Clancy as chairman of consulting engineer the Brian Clancy Partnership.

John Evans has been appointed technical director of Crewe-based specialist access consultancy and contracting company Up and Under.

Allott & Lomax director Dr John Roberts took over as president of the Institution of Structural Engineers this week.

Andrew Wylie (M) has been appointed director of Taylor Woodrow Construction responsible for the Africa division.

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