Harrow based-architect Graham Seabrook Partnership has appointed Julian G Seabrook as a partner. Henri L Booy has resigned to return to the usa.
Birmingham-based practice Temple Cox Nicholls now has three newly qualified architects and a project manager. Simon Crosby, Matthew Tebbatt, Darrell Smallman and Tony Jones completed their Part 3 examinations in December 1999.
The Halcrow Group board has appointed its first non-executive director, Sir Michael Angus, and has appointed existing Halcrow Group board director for development and strategy, Tony Allum, as vice chairman.
Gerry Deighton, chairman of Aukett Associates, has retired after 24 years with the company. He was a founding equity member of the practice and was appointed chairman at the time of the company's flotation in 1988. Other changes to the practice include: David Roden and Paul Miller have been appointed directors. David Hamilton has joined as assistant director and Don O'reilly has been appointed director designate. Michael Drain and Mat Bunting have been promoted to associates.
Capitec, the consultancy trading arm of nhs Estates, has opened a new office in Sheffield.
Michael Nixson has been appointed director of wsp fm's consulting services division.
High-pressure decorative laminate specialists, Wilsonart International, has appointed a new distributor, c f Anderson & Son, to handle sales in the south of England.
The land-planning and design consultant, Derek Lovejoy Partnership has promoted Pol Macdonald and Lynda Fleming to associate. They are both based at the Edinburgh office.
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