25 January 2023
LinkedIn reliably informed me this morning that I have worked at Maxim Recruitment for 20 years! Here I reflect and have a look at the present and to the future.
23 January 2023
Infrastructure in Australia is booming, where a busy construction disputes and arbitration hub is evolving. There seems to be a global shortage of good delay analysts who have made the move from traditional planning-based careers.
19 January 2023
While the vacancies I am working on change daily, I thought it might be of interest to present some key job roles that I am currently working on and explain why they are so exciting to me and to the candidates that I will be recruiting into these roles.
18 January 2023
The demand for quantity surveyors, cost consultants, project managers, engineers and planners to specialise within quantum and delay construction disputes appears insatiable.
17 January 2023
This article focuses on the Engineering or Planning route to becoming a specialised Delay Analyst or Forensic Planner within construction disputes.
11 November 2022
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a very broad term which describes the process of building and managing a digital model of a piece of infrastructure such as a road or tunnel, a building or a facility. Find out more...
23 October 2022
In this article, we take a look at the progress of the largest, most challenging and exciting construction infrastructure projects that are currently live in Australia.
17 October 2022
We attended this conference pre-Covid and we now want to extend our involvement with this innovative conference in Toronto.
21 September 2022
We discuss three forms of contract – JCT, NEC and FIDIC which are used in construction industry sectors across the world.
15 August 2022
Hong Kong is a vibrant hub for all sorts of professional construction industry jobs. And although Hong Kong’s landmass is relatively small, the amount of construction taking place within this relatively small area is huge.
24 July 2022
The construction industry sectors are suffering from staff shortages, and Tokyo and Taipei are no different. This article will provide a brief overview of living in Tokyo and Taipei.
17 May 2022
The construction industry in the UK is undeniably large, providing a tenth of the UK’s gross domestic product, employing 2.4 million people, and contributing over £117 billion in 2019 alone.