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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

CV Writing Tips | Construction Claims and Disputes

Having a great looking CV can be the difference between you getting the opportunity to attend an interview for a job role and selling yourself face to face to an employer and not. Therefore, it is certainly worth investing time and effort to make sure that your CV is reflecting you in the best light.…

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Maxim Recruitment Launches New Claims and Disputes LinkedIn Group

We're excited to announce the launch of a new Maxim group on LinkedIn, dedicated to professionals interested in moving to claims and disputes.…

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A Guide to Successful Networking in the UK Construction Industry with a Focus on the East Midlands

“Be authentic. Share your passions and strengths. Help other people feel good about themselves. That is all you have to do to network.”…

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Construction Hotspots Along the London Marathon

If you want to find the latest construction jobs in London, you’ve got to pound the pavement – literally. Richard takes one for the team this April.…

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UK Construction Industry Outlook for 2020

A new year, a new government – and new construction investment. Where are our predicted construction hotspots of 2020? Find out.…

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Industry News

Tideway funding model could save nuclear power industry

The government is looking to adopt the 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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Graham in for power station makeover

John Graham Construction has broken ground on the conversion of an old power station into a business school.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:50

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Deeley gets going in Twerton

Midlands-based Deeley Construction has started work on a £5.4m development in Bath.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:47

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SGI reveals vision for Thorpe Park expansion

Property developer Scarborough Group International (SGI) is planning a major expansion of its Thorpe Park Leeds development.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:45

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Amey makes 18% efficiency gains with Kent gritting

Amey reckons to be saving Kent County Council £109,000 a year after making efficiency savings in its winter highways maintenance scheduling.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 27 October, 07:43

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