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Mechanical engineer Andrew Swain Smith has been appointed as a director of BDP. Andrew has been with the office since 1994.

Swanke Hayden Connell Inter-national has appointed three new principals:

David Walker, Bob Fry and Julian Seward.

Specialist limestone and sandstone suppliers Stone Age has opened its third showroom at 14 Kings Road, Bristol BS8 4AB, tel 0117 923 8180.

Cartwright Pickard architects has moved to 16 Regents Wharf, All Saints Street, London N1 9RL, tel 020 7387 7023.

A new landscape and environmental consultancy, King Environmental, has been formed from Edward King Associates, which has become a division of the Livic Group of consultancies.

Martin Tidd joins the multi-procurement company Churchfield as managing director. Brian Richardson joins as director and also as a non-executive chairman for Churchfield Construction.

Both were previously directors for Laing.

At ORMS, Sean Hatcher has been promoted to associate and will head up the European projects.

Shepheard Epstein Hunter has moved to Phoenix Yard, 65 Kings Cross Road, London WC1X 9LN, tel 020 7841 7500.

John McAslan has made Rachel Smart, Martin Markcrow, Murray Smith and Adam Brown directors of the practice.

Alan Cronshaw has just been promoted to associate at Wright & Wright Architects.

Planning, design and economic development consultancy EDAW has appointed Peter Noad as a senior planner and Lucy Murray as a landscape architect. Brian Thompson has re-joined the company and Janet Benton has been promoted to associate director.

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