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Graham Setterfield (M) is director of water services at Water UK, the water industry trade association. He will head up a team of engineers, economists and environmental experts to shape Water UK's policy on investment in the water industry.

Graham Forrest-Brown joins the board of Maunsell, responsible for building structures. John Fielding and Jan Hellings are technical directors for building and ground engineering respectively.

Richard Jardine becomes professor of geomechanics in the department of civil and environmental engineering at Imperial College, London.

Steve Metcalfe (M) joins Middlesbrough-based consultant Ferguson McIlveen as an associate.

Roger Dickens, former deputy UK senior partner with KPMG, becomes a non- executive director at Tarmac.

Najeeb Latif (M) is made a structural associate at consultant Cundall Johnson & Partners.

Gordon Mackenzie (M) heads up the Northern Ireland office of retaining wall specialist Maccaferri.

Gavin Ridding (M) is technical director of MLM Consulting and will run the firm's new London office.

Peter Kiernan (M) is regional director for the rail north division of consultant White Young Green.

Keith Jackson (M) is a director of Mouchel and heads the highways division. Malcolm Taylor (M) is a director responsible for the firm's rail and international divisions. Chris Conner (AM), Keith Youngman (M) and John Glanville (M) are divisional directors.

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