David Glover,

Matthew Engele is design director of architecture for Design World Partnership’s Dubai office. He previously served as a project architect with Woods Bagot, New York, which is No. 82 on ENR’s Top 500 Design Firms list, with $149 million in 2013 revenue.

Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc. has named Sima Vajdani as vice president and business

Vinci Construction U.K. has reshuffled top management with the departure, earlier this month, of CEO John Stanion, who has retired after 22 years. Named to succeed him as CEO and chairman is Bruno Dupety, who previously led Vinci group business Soletanche Freyssinet. Leaving the firm is Operations Director Andrew Ridley-Barker and Commercial Director Paul Tuplin, whose departures are directly linked to Dupety’s appointment, according to one U.K.-based construction publication. Neither executive is to be replaced, says the U.K. report. Chris Hamer has been elevated to managing director of the U.K. firm's buildings business, and Julian Gatward is promoted to managing director of Vinci's Taylor Woodrow unit. Formerly deputy managing director, he will succeed Graham Stanley, who will retire at year's end.

Parsons Corp. has elevated Richard “Rich” McFarland to senior vice president of government relations. He will focus on federal programs, with an emphasis on national security, says the firm. McFarland joined Parsons in 2010, after a previous role as director of government relations for Raytheon Corp.

Turner International has hired Arturo Taboada as vice president and regional manager in its Latin America and the Caribbean region.  Based in Mexico City, he was a Turner project manager before founding his own consulting company, ALMA Strategies, in 2009.

Bechtel Corp. has named Toby Seay as president of its newly created global infrastructure business unit, which will combine the contractor's civil, power, water, aviation and rail sectors. Formerly president of the power unit, he will remain based in London when the change takes effect on Jan. 1.

The firm also has named Peter Dawson, who now runs the civil business, as head of corporate services and chief financial officer. He succeeds Mike Adams, who will lead new strategic projects and who will report directly to CEO Bill Dudley, the company says. Bechtel also has created a new nuclear, security and environmental division, which will include its existing units for nuclear security and operations, nuclear power, defense and security, and environmental business. Craig Albert, president of the firm's government services business, will head this new unit.

Gerry Guerrero has joined Chicago-based design firm HOK as senior vice president and co-director of the firm’s global justice practice. He was previously design group senior vice president at Carter Goble Lee and had been, for 25 years, a principal at Dewberry, where he led its justice and corrections practice. HOK also named Randy J. Meyers as senior vice president and leader of its San Francisco-based MEP engineering group in its western region. He had been executive vice president of WSP Global and president and CEO of its design-firm unit, Flack + Kurtz.

AECOM confirms that its London-based global CEO of building engineering, will depart at the end of October to become chief executive of Intelligent Engineering, a U.K.-based consulting firm. He is set to start in his new role on Nov. 1 but will remain as an AECOM consultant, according to a U.K. trade press report. Glover joined AECOM in 2011, after a previous role at Arup. AECOM has not confirmed a successor to director in California. Previously, she served as president, CEO and founder of McInfra, a consultant on water and transportation infrastructure. Prior to McInfra, she was director of engineering for Samsung Engineering and Construction in the Americas, where she focused on alternative project delivery for major transportation projects.