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CN's week in motion: Interserve, Ringrose and Louis Berger

VIDEO: Check out our motion story and this brief run-through of just a selection of CN’s digital and print content this week (14 Nov – 18 Nov).

A new government scheme aiming to boost development on brownfield sites across the country has got contractors thinking innovatively on how best to use the land; elsewhere, this week’s project report goes back to school as Osborne gets to work on the idyllic south-west London site of the University of Roehampton.

In the news: It’s been a hectic week for Interserve, with chief executive Adrian Ringrose announcing he is to exit the firm in 2017; Viridor said it had served the contractor with a notice of termination on the firm’s troubled EfW scheme in Glasgow, as well.

US consulting giant Louis Berger, with an eye on other successful US firms in the UK, announced it would be seeking out major UK infrastructure schemes in the future.

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