Hong Kong & Asia

Some of the world’s most exciting construction job vacancies are available in Hong Kong. Quantity Surveyors, Engineers, Project Managers, Planners and a variety of other construction professionals are needed for projects in Hong Kong.

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.

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Insights and Industry News

Maxim Insights

Hong Kong: Update on Major Projects and Related Job Openings

It is an exciting time for anyone looking for a new job in the construction industry and here we discuss the prominent construction projects in Hong Kong.…

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BIM in Hong Kong: Why Construction Companies Should Start Recruiting and Investing in BIM Engineers

Digital technologies are becoming more and more important when it comes to changing the face of the Hong Kong's construction sector. One of the most interesting is BIM.…

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Graduate Hong Kong People Now Being Granted Open Work Permits to Come and Work in Construction in Canada

For many Hong Kong people, 2021 and 2022 will offer an exciting new career and immigration opportunity to relocate to work in Canada in a variety of construction industry professional job roles.…

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Hong Kong Civil Engineers | A most challenging role

Hong Kong Civil Engineer roles are always challenging due to the steep and hilly landscape. Here we describe the future opportunities in Hong Kong.…

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A New Way for Hong Kong People with British National Overseas (BNO) Status to Get a Construction Job and Residency in the United Kingdom

For many Hong Kong people that already have ‘British National Overseas’ or BNO status, 2021 offers an exciting new career and immigration opportunity.…

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Industry News

Briar Homes secures funding from Housing Growth Partnership

Housing Growth Partnership has agreed a £10m funding package that will see Briar Homes develop hundreds of new homes in Scotland.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:50

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Ferrovial bids for stake in Indian road business

Ferrovial’s toll road subsidiary, Cintra, has offered to pay €364m (£307m) for almost a quarter of Indian company IRB Infrastructure Developers.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:49

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BAM Glasgiven JV picked for Irish schools

A joint venture of BAM Ireland and Glasgiven Contracts is to design and build four new schools in Dublin and Cork.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 08:47

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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 finance 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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