8 September 2021
The advice for construction recruitment companies and candidates wanting to get into the construction industry sector is to make sure to investigate the firms they want to work with and make sure they have secure material supply chains.
18 August 2021
If you feel that one of the various MSc/LLM courses in Construction Law aren't quite right for you, here are 4 alternative training providers you may wish to consider.
16 August 2021
There seems to be a great demand for such construction professionals, and the number of Clerk of Works Jobs that are available appear to be increasing. A Clerk of Works inspects the workmanship, quality, and safety of work on construction sites, making sure that building plans and specifications are being followed correctly.
11 August 2021
Carbon emission rates have long-since shadowed the construction industry sector but HVO is set to lower CO2 emissions.
8 July 2021
Did you know we offer £500 for a successful referral and £1,000 per recommendation for any subsequent successful referrals!
21 June 2021
Hong Kong Civil Engineer roles are always challenging due to the steep and hilly landscape. Here we describe the future opportunities in Hong Kong.
15 June 2021
I am delighted to have recently joined Maxim Recruitment – a leading independent specialist recruitment consultancy, and specialists in recruiting for the construction industry.
12 February 2021
Exciting times are ahead with rail, infrastructure, building and social infrastructure projects in Alberta, Ontario, British Columbia and other Provinces across Canada.
12 February 2021
This Lunar New Year, the year of the Ox, is associated with the values of hard work and serenity.
11 December 2020
If you are interested in working in Hong Kong in 2021, this could be the best time to think about making the leap.
24 November 2020
With 2020 drawing to a close, we can start to look forward to the construction companies in Canada and the construction jobs and projects that are likely to be a big feature of 2021.
20 October 2020
Scott Morrison is urging his government departments in Australia to drive infrastructure spend to support the national economy and protect jobs at this time.