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NCE's hot topics: what does the future hold for the Olympic Stadium, the Tube post-PPP and the PFI funding mechanism?

This week NCE has analysed the future of the Olympic Stadium, the Tube post-PPP and the PFI funding mechanism - all under the spotlight right now.

But first, our top story of the week is the news that Andy Mitchell has emerged as the engineers’ choice to lead Crossrail into the construction phase as its new chief executive. We also exclusively interview chairman Terry Morgan to find out how the recruitment process will be run. Read the story here.

In depth,

As decision time looms, the unpalatable possibility of an Olympic Stadium white elephant is becoming ever more likely. Do athletics and the Olympic Stadium mix?

Recriminations over the Tube PPP should have died along with the sale of Tube Lines to Transport for London (TfL), but after more than six months blame continues and improvements are hard to spot. What next?

It is no secret that the coalition government wants to change elements of the PFI procurement method. So what does the future hold for PFI? Read the analysis here.

Then have your say on the issues of the day by joining NCE’s brand new discussion forum.

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