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WATCH: Balfour, Old Oak and Brexit – CN's week in motion

VIDEO: Check out our motion story and this brief run-through of just a selection of CN’s digital and print content this week (30 Jan – 3 Feb).

This week, Construction News launches the Mind Matters editorial campaign, as part of our vow to make mental health awareness one of the core themes of our editorial content in 2017. With analysis, further industry comment and an industry-wide survey, we’re looking to spark debate and conversation around mental health and wellbeing.

Meanwhile, our project report features Skanska’s work at New Papworth Hospital, alongside cutting-edge technology and a solid emphasis on sustainability as it gets on with one of the country’s largest health sector construction projects.

News: We sat down with CITB interim chief Sarah Beale, and revealed how the training board will be overhauling its payment scheme from April 2018, with an automated grant system designed to bypass an existing HR burden and benefit firms, particularly SMEs. Elsewhere, HS2 announced the appointment of Mark Thurston as chief executive, following the resignation of Simon Kirby last year.

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