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Ian Reeves, deputy chairman and chief executive of High-Point Rendel, is stepping down from his executive role to focus on leading the group's future developments and wider international interests.

Mark Richards, research student at Glamorgan University, has won the ICE's Miller Prize in recognition of his work on non-invasive methods of assessing structural damage.

Roger Powling (M) has been appointed full-time project manager of the Environment Agency's Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton Flood Alleviation Scheme.

Gardiner & Theobold senior partner Michael Coates retires in January after 35 years' service. He will be succeeded by senior partners Roger Fidgen, Colin Wyatt and Simon Jones - and a managing partner, Peter Sanders.

Steven Marshall, formerly group chief executive, Thorn plc, becomes finance director of Railtrack from 1 December. He succeeds Norman Broadhurst, who will remain an executive director until he retires next year.

Barry Butler has been appointed director at White Young Green, following its recent acquisition of Tilney Simmons. Other changes at the major engineering consultancy include the appointment of David Ricketts (M) (above) to the post of Manchester regional director; Terry Wilson to director at Southampton; and Larry Gee, Clive Morris and Ray Abbott join as London-based regional directors.

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