With an increasing turnover Maxi Construction require to recruit skilled and experienced staff to enhance our existing Team. Should you believe you are a suitable candidate and would like to be considered for this position we would be delighted in the first instance to receive your CV. Managing Quantity Surveyor Date: 14/5/2019 Status: Full Time […]
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Maxi Construction are committed to raising the awareness of the Mental Health issues within the Construction industry and are pleased to announce that our Managing Director, John Aitchison and Construction Director, Barry Simpson are now certified Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAs).
Maxi Construction have commenced demolition works for the redevelopment of Maxi Haulage’s Bellshill depot.
Maxi Group are delighted to again support Kyles Athletic as main sponsors for the upcoming season.
Excavation work at our project at Old Stamp Office Close, 215 High Street, Edinburgh has uncovered a number of interesting archaeological finds, including a cannonball.
Panmure House, the iconic building in Edinburgh’s Canongate which once served as a home to world-renowned economist Adam Smith, was formally opened on 8 November 2018, as a resource for the people of Scotland and beyond.
Maxi Construction, in partnership with hub East Central Scotland, are delivering the Primary School & Early Years Bundle project for Clackmannanshire Council. We invite local businesses to come and meet the team to discuss opportunities associated with this project.
Maxi Construction, the Livingston-based building contractor, has secured over £6.8m of work for The City of Edinburgh Council for extension and refurbishment projects to primary schools.
Maxi Construction has been awarded a £3.5m contract for alteration and refurbishment works at Almondvale West Retail Park in Livingston.
Linlithgow Partnership Centre, or Tam Dalyell House as it is now known, was officially opened on Friday 12 January 2018 by Leader of West Lothian Council Lawrence Fitzpatrick and Mrs Kathleen Dalyell OBE, Tam Dalyell’s widow.