Dubai & Middle East

Some of the world’s most exciting construction job vacancies are available in Dubai and other locations in the Middle East. Quantity Surveyors, Engineers, Project Managers, Planners and a variety of other construction professionals are needed for site and head office roles in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Oman and Saudi Arabia.

Massive civil engineering infrastructure works are ongoing including major rail, bridge, road, tunnel, and water projects. Building construction, property and fit out professionals will also find some of the world’s most complex and fast track projects to work on.

Insights and Industry News

Maxim Insights

Finding Construction Jobs Abroad

If you are looking for overseas jobs in construction, here’s our quick guide on where to search and what to look out for.…

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Construction Disputes - New Challenges

October this year will mark my 11th anniversary with Maxim Recruitment. It’s been some journey! During such time I’ve predominantly recruited for Quantity Surveyors and construction disputes staff…

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Aviation Sector Overview

I’ve always felt that major airport projects hold a certain prestige within the construction industry. Expatriate construction professionals have been spoilt for choice on such projects within the International marketplace over recent years.…

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VAT in the UAE: How Will It Affect Construction?

Take a look at how the end to tax-free living in the Middle East will change the UAE construction business – everything from real estate to materials importation…

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Life as a Construction Professional Overseas

So you want to work abroad? We highlight some of the reasons many construction professionals are flocking to Hong Kong, Malaysia and the Middle East.…

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Industry News

Barhale wins Greenwich mains installation work

Barhale has been selected by Thames Water to install more than 4km of new trunk main in southeast London as part of plans to build additional capacity in the area.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:29

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Tideway funding model could save nuclear power industry

The government is looking to adopt the mechanism used to pay for the Thames Tideway super sewer to rescue plans to construct more nuclear power plants.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:08

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Graham in for power station makeover

John Graham Construction has broken ground on the conversion of an old power station into a business school.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:50

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Deeley gets going in Twerton

Midlands-based Deeley Construction has started work on a £5.4m development in Bath.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:47

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SGI reveals vision for Thorpe Park expansion

Property developer Scarborough Group International (SGI) is planning a major expansion of its Thorpe Park Leeds development.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:45

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