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Names & faces

Bill Frankland (F) is a director of civil and structural engineering at Amec Construction.

Terry Ealey (F) and John Morrison (F) are partners in charge of Buro Happold's new international business. Brian Cole (M) will run the business day to day.

Brian Ollier is national rail co-ordinator at Edmund Nuttall.

John Lawson (F) becomes chief executive of Halcrow Water, replacing Barry Walton (F) who has retired from senior management. Peter Roe is made a director of Reading-based Halcrow Survey.

Crawford Munro (M) takes over as managing director of Pell Frischmann Water, replacing Alex Dorr who has left to start his own business.

Paul Johnston (M) is made a director and John Hutchinson an associate at Building Design Partnership in Belfast. Peter Watson is an associate in Manchester.

Richard Hare-Winton (M) replaces the retiring Leo Carvalho (F) as director of technical services at contractor HBG.

David Wilshaw (G) joins environmental consultant Earth Science as a director of the Deeside office in Flintshire.

Robert Runcie (M) is Anglia region general manager at the Environment Agency.

Peter Guthrie (F), a vice president at the ICE, Patrick Godfrey (F), a former member of the ICE Council, Dr Nicholas Cook (F), Professor David Muir Wood (F), Dr Robert Pine (M), Professor Ian Smith (F), Professor Martin Snaith (F), Richard Snell (F) and Professor Alastair Walker (F) have been elected Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

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