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Graham Seabrook Partnership Chartered Architects has appointed Paul M Matthews as an associate.

Scott Brownrigg has promoted Bruce Calton to director and appointed Caroline More as finance director.

Oxford-based Berman Guedes Stretton has promoted Gary Collins to associate director.

ttsp has appointed Tim Jennings as managing director.Mike Carter becomes chairman of the company.

Squire and Partners has appointed Julian Cross and Jamie Russell as associates.

A new practice called Kinetic AIU has been formed by Bob Ghosh, John Shakeshaft and Michael Young. It is based at 75-77 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AP.

Engineering consultancy FaberMaunsell has promoted Rob Cargill to regional director within the building services team. Also within the building services team, Gilles Charbonnier has been promoted to associate director and Alastair MacGregor to principal engineer.

Within the civil and structural engineering group, Stuart Mason has been promoted to associate director.

John Alexander McGlade has been made director of Gleeds Management Services in Birmingham. Newly appointed partners in Nottingham include Anne Bytheway-Thomas, Sally Elizabeth Mounsey, Lee Michael Simmonite, Richard Mawer Comer and Peter Robert Cole.

Roderick Stewart Strachan has been appointed a partner in Edinburgh.

lSend details of changes and appointments to Victoria Huttler, The Architects'Journal,151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB, or email victoria.

huttler@construct. emap. com

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