Movers and shakers this week...


Lakhvinder Sagoo has been appointed technical services manager for Bristol-based contractor Ian Williams.


Graham Scanlon has accepted a position with regeneration specialist Frank Haslam Milan. He has been appointed to the newly created post of strategic regeneration manager.

Midlands homebuilder Dodd Homes has appointed Lee Staffordcommercial director. He has previously worked for Redrow, Crest Nicholson, Beazer Homes and, most recently, Miller Homes, where he was also commercial director.


Consulting engineer Buro Happold's infrastructure and environment group has appointed Trevor Curson director of environment. He joins from Enviros Consulting, where he was commercial director of the environmental impact assessment division.

NSR Management, the supplier of the National Schedule of Rates, which covers general building maintenance work, repainting contracts and pre-painting repairs, has appointed David Fairbrother director.

Tuffin Ferraby Taylor, the independent building consultant, has recruited three staff. Building surveyors Paul Dyer and Daniel O'Connor join Paul Raymont's public sector team, based at the Kingston upon Thames headquarters. In Bristol, chartered building surveyor Jonathan Grimes joins the surveys and refurbishment team.

Garry Crossley has joined project manager Precept as a director in its project advisory services group.


The Chartered Institute of Building's Chartered Building Company and Consultancy Schemes have appointed five board members: Paul Everall, chief executive of Local Authority Building Control, Christopher Morley, chief executive of the Construction Clients' Group, Ian Eggers, director of Mace, Neil Sherreard, regional managing director of Cowlins and Mike Smith, managing director of Corniche Builders.