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

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The BNO British National (Overseas) visa and UK Construction Jobs 1 Year On

One year on we look at how well has the BNO scheme worked for Hong Kong people wanting to come to the UK? We answer all your questions about construction jobs for BNO status here. …

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Hong Kong Construction Salary Report January 2022

The Hong Kong construction industry continues to ebb and flow and currently is buoyant and set to be very busy both over the coming months and we anticipate for at least the next 5 years. Here, we take a look at current salaries available for critical disciplines within the construction industry and share key drivers, terms and conditions in the local market as well as what it takes to secure that next great job.…

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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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Industry News

A solution to asbestos waste?

A pioneering research project is developing a commercial-scale method of diverting asbestos-containing waste from landfill and transforming it into a harmless – and useful – building product. David Taylor reports

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 28 January, 01:35

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Glasgow moves forward with Buchanan Galleries revamp

Glasgow City Council is to begin negotiations with developer Landsec on the proposed decade-long redevelopment of the Buchanan Galleries.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 28 January, 08:56

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Luddon starts on Glasgow warehouse

Luddon Construction has begun site work for an £8m warehouse just off the M8 in Glasgow.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 28 January, 08:55

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New wave energy converter arrives in Orkney

A new wave energy converter developed by AWS Ocean Energy has arrived in Orkney for deployment at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 28 January, 08:49

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Procurement Hub renews framework contract

Procurement Hub, part of Places for People, has reappointed Robertson, Willmott Dixon and Farrans to its major projects framework.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 28 January, 08:22

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