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The trustees of the Design Museum have appointed Alice Rawsthorn as the museum's new director.

Future Systems has appointed three new associate directors. They are Harvinder Gabhari, Matthew Heywood and Simon Mitchell.

Derek Lovejoy Partnership (DLP) has expanded its urban planning, resorts and leisure team with the appointment of Kirk Nelson. He joins DLP's London office as a senior associate. Meanwhile, DLP will be relocating its 21-strong Leicester team to Birmingham on 2 April. The practice will be centrally based at Caxton House,1 Fore Street, e-mail d.thomas@dlp-plc.co.uk

Cecil Balmond, a director of Arup, has been made the Kenzo Tange visiting professor at Harvard University for the spring semester 2001.

GSPK Engineering has appointed Mark Woodall as special projects manager.

Consulting engineer Roberts & Partners has opened an office in Birmingham headed by new divisional director Alan McWilliam.

Hulme Upright has appointed two new partners at its Stoke office - David Vokes and Philip Wotton. Keith Eastwood has been appointed an associate in Manchester.

Turner & Townsend International has appointed Philip Loots to head up its newly formed international contract service division.

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