Movers and shakers this week
Stockport-based Multibuild has made two new appointments to its management team. Andy Wright becomes contract manager and Claire Oakes becomes health and safety manager.

Allison Homes, based in Lincolnshire, has appointed Gail Cooper part-exchange manager.

Gerald Watts has joined Clarus Consulting as head of healthcare. He was previously with Turner & Townsend.

Manchester-based EHS Projects, a specialist in environmental health and safety, has appointed a new client manager, David Holmes.

Engineer Whitbybird has appointed three new associates to its building services team. Andy Peters and John Orwold join the Glasgow office from WSP and Hulley & Kirkwood respectively. Mark Tanner rejoins the London office after a year at another firm.

Manchester QS Simon Fenton Partnership has appointed Ian Bryning, David Haime and Neil Stones directors as part of the planned expansion of the new limited company.

Bristol Zoo Gardens has appointed David Harley as estates manager to oversee the zoo's facilities, including major building projects.

Baggeridge Brick has appointed Ruth Budd as area sales manager for its southern division.

Andrew Huckerby has been appointed northern England sales representative for flooring manufacturer Tandus Europe. Karen Ruffles has also joined the sales team to work with clients on the M4 corridor.

Ashley McLernon has joined Grundfos Pumps as area sales manager for water services in Northern Ireland.

Carl Kammerling International, which distributes tools for the construction, electrical and engineering industries, has promoted Phil Roberts to national account manager.