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On the move

Halcrow has appointed Stacey Jones as regional director for the US West Coast. She will run Halcrow's maritimefibased operations across the Pacific Rim and play a leading role in developing the company's interests in transportation, water and the environment.

Amec design & project services has appointed Martin Broome as commercial director.

Broome was commercial director at Morgan Est.

Highways maintenance firm Colas has appointed Jim Comport as service development manager.

He was previously head of environmental management at Portsmouth City Council where he had worked since 1988.

Dispute resolution firm Driver Group has appointed two additional directors at its principal subsidiary, Driver Consult.

Cameron Hill has been appointed managing director (international) and Greg Russell has been appointed director responsible for the London office.

Cyril Sweett has appointed Charles Gjertsen as associate director, responsible for the provision of project management services in the Eastern region. Gjertsen joins from Hannah Reed & Associates.

Chris Scales has joined Betts Ecology in its Worcestershire office, having previously worked for Maunsell. He is responsible for marketing Betts Ecology's biodiversity and planning capabilities.

Euro Dismantling Services has made Darren Palin commercial director. He joins from Controlled Demolition Group, where he was managing director since a management buyout in 2001.

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