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Contractor Wilmott Dixon has recruited Amanda De Swarte as the new head of its sustainability division, Rethinking.

Ms De Swarte, who was working as the head of energy and sustainable procurement at Haringey council in north London previous to the move, is now the principle consultant at Rethinking. She is joined by Michael Clarke, who used to be director of project management in Cyril Sweet's PPP division.

Mr Clarke will cover health projects.

John Frankiewicz, the chief operating officer of Willmott Dixon, said the new recruits were part of a company-wide expansion policy. The consultancy currently employs 15 people.

He told building.co.uk: "Sustainability is part of a growing concept for us. We think there's a gap in the market, and it's very much our chosen subject."

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Article Date: 07 December 2007

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