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EDAW has announced new directors. they are:

Michelle Saywood whose work for the company includes the masterplan for Kings Waterfront which will play a key part in Liverpool's Capital of Culture 2008 celebrations.

Heather Topel joined EDAW in 2003 and is currently managing the masterplanning of new development in North west Cambridge and formulating policy on cultural infrastructure provision.

Ashley Scott has worked for EDAW for the past six years in the Hong Kong, Shanghai and London offices. Scott most recently worked on the masterplan for a 60,000 person residential development in China and was one of the urban designers responsible for the redevelopment framework of Kaohsuing, Taiwan's second capital city.

John Kirkpatrick has been made an Associate director and leads EDAWEurope's sustainability team. He is responsible for EDAWEurope's corporate social responsibility and is also involved at the sustainable masterplanning and design level on a number of key projects within the London office.

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