Movers and makers this week ...
ISG InteriorExterior has appointed Frank Nefs as divisional construction director. He joins the projects division, which is responsible for fit-out projects valued between £1.5m and £5m.
construction management firm the Vinden Partnership has appointed Chris Harrell as its head of social housing services.
Galliford Try Construction South has recruited Jason Tilbrook as pre-construction manager.
Housebuilder Strata has appointed James Couldstone as buyer. He joins the company from Gleeson Homes, where he was assistant buyer for just over a year.
Atkins Transport Planning has appointed a number of senior consultants to its national development and regeneration business: Kathryn Kennell has joined the South-east team in Epsom as a managing consultant, Chris Brady rejoins the Atkins team in Manchester as a managing consultant, and Gerard McKinney becomes the business manager of the development and regeneration team in the Midlands.
Currie & Brown, the international construction and management consultancy, has made two appointments in its Edinburgh office. Colin Campbell joins as a director to lead the office and Brian Campbell as divisional director.
Multidisciplinary property and construction consultant Calfordseaden has promoted Gary Barley, Keith Daniels, Eric Gibson and Alek Kasanin to partner.
Leeds-based architect Watson Batty has appointed Mark Stephenson as senior architect to head up the practice's housing department.
Construction and property consultant RLF has announced the appointment of an associate, Adam Randall. He will be working at the firm's London office as a project team leader
Tim Stimson has been appointed sales manager for the northern region for Hi-Point, the off-site roofing solution from Corus.