Other International

Quantity Surveyors, Engineers, Project Managers, Planners and other construction professionals have a variety of international locations where they can join exciting international construction projects. These include some of the world’s largest civil engineering infrastructure works on major rail, bridge, road, tunnel, and water projects as well as some of the world’s most complex and fast track building construction projects.

We have found construction expats jobs in, Asia, North America, Latin America, Australasia and Africa.

Insights and Industry News

Maxim Insights

Infrastructure Opportunities in Singapore

Singapore offers high-profile infrastructure projects in a safe and sunny country, where QS, commercial managers and engineers are in demand…

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A Career New Year’s Resolution for 2020?

If you decide that 2020 is the time to take the next step in your career, Maxim Recruitment has all the knowledge and advice you need to make it a successful one.…

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Guest Post: Profitable Bidding for Construction Projects - 10 Golden Rules

This article is directed at precontracts professionals who are frequently tasked with processing major tenders of strategic importance with established clients.…

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The Evolving World of Business Development

Business development is crucial to a company’s success, which is why we are looking for a talented business development manager for our Asia office.…

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UK Construction Disputes Consultancies at the Forefront of Major International Disputes

Whilst the market for British construction professionals overseas has been on a steady decline for several years it may come as a shock to know that many UK based consultancies in the construction disputes sector are working on international disputes often out of their UK head offices.…

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Industry News

Tolent chief departs as losses pile up

Northeast construction contractor Tolent has parted company with its chief executive after posting record losses.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 26 October, 08:52

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Laing O’Rourke team wins Sydney metro project

A joint venture of John Holland and Laing O’Rourke has won a contract worth AU$45m (£24m) as part of the extension of the Sydney Metro network in Australia.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 26 October, 08:49

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HSE issues wheeled loader alert

The Health & Safety Executive issued a safety notice on the use of wheeled loading shovels after nine people have been run over in the past four years.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 26 October, 08:36

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Builders’ federation produces blueprint to cut down CITB

The National Federation of Builders (NFB) has published proposals to reconstruct the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and reform the mandatory training levy.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 26 October, 08:27

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Willmott Dixon wins Luton hospital extension

Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has chosen Willmott Dixon to extend and refurbishment Luton & Dunstable University Hospital’s emergency department.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 26 October, 08:09

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