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WATCH: Interserve, Kier and CN Specialists – 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 (20 March – 24 March).

This week’s project report showcased the very best of Interserve, as they self-built much of their new hub – Ingenuity House – in Birmingham, close to the International Airport. Elsewhere, the industry is sharing innovative techniques with the i3P platform, born out of Crossrail’s own innovation programme.

In the news: In its half-year results, Kier posted a 4.4 per cent rise in profit, also announcing chairman Phil White is to step down, being replaced by Drax chairman Philip Cox; Osborne and Jackson Civil Engineering have secured deals worth up to £120m each to carry out civils works on the M25; and the role of a former HS2 chief of staff in relation to CH2M’s successful bid as phase 2b delivery partner is part of ongoing discussions on a complaint over the contract.

Finally, find pictures and winners from Wednesday night’s CN Specialists 2017 awards online.

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