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WATCH: Spie, Interserve and Galliford Try – 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 Feb–24 Feb).

Construction News spoke to Spie UK CEO James Thoden van Velzen about how he has turned the engineering specialist into a tier one contractor in just five years.

He also revealed plans to expand on Spie’s eight acquisitions since 2012, with an eye on the nuclear and pharmaceutical markets.

This week’s project report featured a clever engineering lesson at the University of Leeds, with Galliford Try working on a refurbishment job at the university’s School of Chemical and Process Engineering building.

News: Interserve’s departing CEO Adrian Ringrose faced a grilling from analysts this week following the revelation that Interserve’s EfW losses have more than doubled, with investors urging the company to take action ahead of its full-year results.

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