This week's movers and shakers

Britannia Construction has appointed Anthony Wheatley (left), previously with Ballast, to head the business development department in the Cheltenham office.


Consulting engineer Scott-White & Hookins has promoted Neil Dodds to associate in the Bedford office.

Construction environment consultant White Young Green Environmental has promoted Etienne Butruille and David Wathey to associate in the Manchester office.

Fareham-based engineering, building and maintenance firm Dartmouth has appointed Neville Tomblin building project manager.

Multidisciplinary consultant Bailey Partnership has promoted Simon Zawada to salaried partner. He will continue to manage the South-east regional office in Sevenoaks.

Assael Architecture has promoted Greg Greasley, Davie Hughes and Gary Stanesby to associates.

Architecture and design practice Woods Bagot has appointed Mark Kelly managing partner for Europe.

Architect Stride Treglown has appointed Kevin Steer (left) as chairman. He succeeds David Marval, who has retired from the Bristol firm. Robert Whittington becomes managing director.

Andrew Gantlett has joined the construction and regeneration team of building consultant Tuffin Ferraby and Taylor, based in Bristol. He will be responsible for new work in the social housing, education and healthcare sectors.

John Hassell has been appointed contracts manager of The Design Group.


Walley Shaw, technical director of Covers Timbers Structures, has been appointed chairman of the Trussed Rafter Association. He succeeds Mike Beale of Gang Nail Systems.