Movers and shakers this week
AWG Construction Services has announced two senior appointments to its infrastructure business. Neil MacLeod has been appointed regional director for Infrastructure Scotland. Scott McFadzen takes up the post of operations director for south Scotland.

Charles Church Western has appointed Rachael Humphreys land manager. Sheena Cook (left) becomes sales director designate based in Yate, near Bristol.

Simon Rose, formerly a surveyor with British Waterways, has been appointed development manager by Circadian on its £500m Lots Road power station development in Chelsea, London.

Peter Gray, a former partner in solicitor Linklaters' projects and energy department, has joined Shadbolt & Co to work on the its international projects.

Multidisciplinary consultant EC Harris has made an addition to its regeneration team in Manchester with the appointment of Chris Standish.

Allan Ranson has been appointed group training manager at the Newcastle office of multidisciplinary consultant White Young Green.

Nick Cullen has become partner at Hoare Lea Consulting Engineers. He joined the firm as a graduate in 1987 and now leads research and development in Bristol.

The Concrete Society has appointed Peter Goring president designate for 2004/05. Goring is technical director at John Doyle Construction.

Leah Weatheritt has joined the Constructing Excellence team in the North-east as regional administrator and events co-ordinator.

Carpet and fibre maker Invista, formerly Dupont Textiles and Interiors, has appointed Russel Pike vice-president of Interiors, Europe.