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CN's week in motion: Preview 2017

VIDEO: Check out our motion story and this brief run-through of just a selection of CN’s digital content this week (12 Dec – 16 Dec).

We kicked off our preview of 2017 this week, looking at 10 projects that’ll excite the industry in the coming year, as well as 17 people to watch, some from construction, and others from backgrounds that will play a strong part in the industry’s 2017.

Elsewhere, CN acting editor Tom Fitzpatrick takes a wider look at what hot topics the industry will have to discuss in the new year, while DeHavilland senior political analyst Mike Indian anticipates how construction and politics could clash.

In the news: Adrian Belton announced his resignation as CEO of the CITB, with CFO Sarah Beale to take on the role in an acting capacity; and CN reporter Lucy Alderson revealed exclusively the contractors named on Scape’s £7bn national construction framework.

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