FJ Samuely and Partners has become a limited company as F J Samuely and Partners Limited. Ian SingletonGreen is chairman, Tom Schollar is managing director, and Trevor Scott and Peter Crocombe are directors of the company.
Thomas Heatherwick Studio is moving to a new space in King's Cross. Its new address and contact details are 16 Acton Street, London, WC1X 9NG tel 020 7833 8800, fax 020 7833 8400 Benoy has appointed two new project architects as the firm undergoes a major repositioning.
The two architects who will be joining the 180-strong practice are Tom Gent, formerly of Terry Farrell & Partners, and Gary Thomason, formerly with YRM Architects. The company is currently relocating its headquarters to London.
Designer Maud Rousseau has changed its e-mail address from firstname.lastname@example.org to Rousseau@united-designers.com The Contract Flooring Association has appointed David Hibbert as President. David has also recently been appointed as head of sales for F Ball and Co.
Fareham-based Elta Fans has appointed Steven Breslin as the company's new production manager.
Gareth Vaughan has been elected as chairman of the HVCA Ductwork Group.
The Association of Consulting Engineers has appointed Craig Beaumont as assistant director.
Beaumont has a postgraduate qualification in legislative studies and is former parliamentary support officer at Number 10 Downing Street.
The ACE Council has also elected former ACE chairman John Bowcock as honourary member of the assocation in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the association and to mark his retirement from the profession.
Andrew Gilbert and Michael Griffiths, formerly partners at Michael Squire and Partners, have set up a new architectural and design practice based in London. The address is Lafone House, 11-13 Leathermarket Street, London SE1 3HN, tel 020 7234 0235, fax 020 7234 0245, e-mail email@example.com.
Cris Bage has joined Newcastlebased architects Ryder Company as a senior technician. His expertise includes the management of large national roll-out programmes, his most recent assignment being the development of a 240-unit housing project in Romford.
Michael Dickson, founding partner of Buro Happold, has been appointed chairman of the Construction Industry Council. He will serve until June 2002. Dickson follows in the footsteps of the late professor Ted Happold who was the CIC's first chairman.
The new number for the Design Musuem is tel 020 7940 8790.