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CN's week in motion: CN Summit 2016

VIDEO: Check out our motion story and this brief run-through of just a selection of CN’s digital and print content this week (10 Oct – 14 Oct).

Much of the week was taken up by the Construction News Summit 2016: some of the stories include Highways England’s plan for the TransPennine Tunnel; Gatwick’s plans to go ahead with the second runway even if Heathrow as chosen as the preferred location.

Get all that and more, along with video content, on our dedicated CN Summit 2016 landing page.

Elsewhere: Our LGBT survey revealed the industry has a long way to go to addressing key diversity issues that have plagued it for years; KPIs showed an industry up on client satisfaction, but struggling to expand margins; Kier sold Mouchel Consulting for £75m; and Manchester Uni has held off a £35m refurb job due to financial constraints.

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