This week's movers and shakers
Multidisciplinary contractor Lawrence has hired Mark Lloyds, previously with an Amec/Railtrack joint venture, as a project manager in the civils division.

Lovell has appointed Robert Jackson, previously with Davis Langdon & Everest, partnering manager for the firm's London region.

Kevin Murray, past president of the Royal Town Planning Institute, has resigned from architect and town planner EDAW to start an independent consultant to be known as Kevin Murray Associates.

Multidisciplinary consultant FaberMaunsell has appointed David Blake regional director. He will be responsible for the building services team in the Birmingham office.

Planning partnership Barton Willmore has promoted Jennifer Walters to associate in the company's Reading office. In the Bristol office, Andrew Jones has been made associate and Samantha Osborne has been appointed architectural assistant.

Architectural and urban design practice Stock Woolstencroft has made six promotions. Gavin Redfern, Monica Coffey and Derek Jay have been promoted to senior associates; and Heidi Shah, Tom Bichard and Keith Davidson have been made associates.

The British Board of Agrément has appointed Alan Thomas sales and marketing director and Jim Wright finance director.

Manufacturer Lennox has appointed Marcus Levy and David Purvey (right) as regional operations managers in its Northampton office.

John Grice, previously with Hepworth, has been promoted to sales and commercial director of Naylor Drainage.

Genus Interiors has appointed Trevor Wright, previously with Connaught Interiors, business development director.