Australia

There are a significant number of live infrastructure projects in Australia that offer great career prospects for construction professionals. These projects include job opportunities to join leading engineering, project management and contracting organisations in roles such as planners, project managers, civil engineers and quantity surveyors.
Major airport, rail, and metro projects, each with billion-pound budgets, are located in major urban areas such as Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth. To learn more, check out our blog post on Australian Infrastructure 

In addition, a range of school, hospital and residential projects are underway that are requiring both local and expatriate / international skilled construction professionals to join project teams.

There are also some fantastic job opportunities to work within the specialist area of construction disputes with a range of claims and expert dispute work available within both Quantum & Delay specialisms.

You can browse our Featured Australian jobs below or start a search of all our Australian jobs. 

Insights and Industry News

Maxim Insights

Construction Recruitment in Canada

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Finding the Right Talent for Your New Dubai Business Setup

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Career Development Opportunities for Quantity Surveyor Professionals in Canada

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2024 Annual Salary Guide for UK Construction Claims and Disputes Jobs

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What is the Route to Winning Your Own Expert Work within Construction Disputes?

 I was recently asked by a potential candidate what the career path is to become a Quantum Expert. I’m confident that I managed to provide a satisfactory answer, although it was more complicated to explain than I had initially assumed; hence this article trying to think it through fully. The points that follow also apply to those considering working towards becoming a Delay Expert.…

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Industry News

Avant Homes cleared to start work on Barnsley development

Avant Homes has secured planning permission for a £41.9m multi-tenure residential development at Dodworth, near Barnsley.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 21 June, 07:28

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Temporary support for deep basement

Mabey Hire has used its Mass 25 and Mass 50 propping systems to support a deep basement excavation in London.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 21 June, 07:16

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Lidl calls on contractors to assist major UK expansion

Discount supermarket chain Lidl is inviting contractors to a series of events as it looks to open hundreds of more stores across the UK.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 21 June, 06:50

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“World strongest crane” – and this time it’s Mammoet’s

Dutch heavy-lift and transport specialist Mammoet has unveiled a new contender for the title ‘World’s most powerful land-based crane’.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 21 June, 06:18

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Speedy Hire to supply Amey with ‘eco-products’

Speedy Hire has signed a contract with Amey Group Services for non-operated plant hire worth up to £25m a year.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 21 June, 05:28

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