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Maxim Recruitment can offer job seekers access to some of the most exciting and rewarding construction job vacancies in London, South East England, the Midlands and across the UK. Since 2003 we have consistently recruited for many of the most successful building and civil engineering contractors, PQS, cost consultancies, developers, engineering consultancies and claims and dispute consultancies in the UK.

We work with many of the leading UK headquartered construction dispute consultancies with offices around the world.  This allows access from a United Kingdom base, to employers who are working on some of the largest and most complex quantum and delay construction disputes in the world.

Project types we frequently recruit for include major road, rail, water, power, marine, chemical plant and infrastructure contracts as well as building construction, housing, fit out and refurbishment works. 

Insights and Industry News

Maxim Insights

How Can I Prove to a Potential Employer That I am Seriously Interested in a Construction Claims Career?

Do you want to learn the best possible ways to prove to a construction claims and disputes employer that you are the right candidate to join their company in this high value niche sector of the construction industry?…

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Calling all Clerk of Works Employers

Daria heads the specialist Clerk of Works recruitment division at Maxim Recruitment, and enjoys working with some of the very best Clerk of Works employers and finding jobs for Clerk of Works candidates all over UK.…

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A day in the life of a Recruitment Consultant

My role as a Recruitment Consultant with Maxim is varied and challenging and no day is ever the same. The objective of my role is to help construction industry jobseekers find new, exciting construction jobs with our market leading employer clients in the UK and Canada.…

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Professional Institutions and Organisations to be Aware of in the Construction Sector

This article will look at four major institutes and organisations in the construction industry and will provide a summary of how these professional bodies operate and what they offer to construction professionals.…

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How Rising Costs Make Construction Procurement Jobs Even More Important

With rising costs becoming part and parcel of everyone’s daily lives, those working in construction procurement jobs are forced to face these cost challenges head on, making the procurement role within the construction industry more important than ever.…

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Industry News

Mace lands Edge London Bridge tower

Construction of a 28-storey office tower next to London Bridge station is set to start in January 2023 with Mace appointed as main contractor.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 6 October, 12:59

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Kubota factory expansion to boost production

Kubota Corporation has unveiled plans for a ¥17 billion (£100m) expansion of its Hirakata Plant, the company’s main mini-excavator manufacturing facility in Japan.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 6 October, 11:11

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A manifesto for Construction Act reform

Jonathan Nugent, managing director of construction claims consultant Arbicon, suggests improvements that could be made to the 1996 Construction Act.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 6 October, 10:46

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Construction activity rises for first time in three months but new orders slow

After a summer of decline, UK construction activity improved a little in September but there is not much confidence around.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 6 October, 09:44

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FM Conway turnover approaches £500m

Highways contractor FM Conway increased its turnover by 40% last year.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 6 October, 08:10

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