Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, took place from 18th – 24th May 2020. With kindness being the theme this year, Maxi Construction decided to carry out and reflect on acts of kindness.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Lisa contributed a whooping 15 entries.
Entries by Lisa
Maxi Construction has made a significant investment in proactively supporting its employees Mental Health with Managing Director, John Aitchison, and Construction Director, Barry Simpson becoming certified Mental Health First Aiders and Mental Health Awareness training rolled out to all employees.
Social Bite, the social enterprise dedicated to ending homelessness in Scotland, has been providing catering at several of our sites in and around Edinburgh this festive season.
Maxi Construction’s fourth annual foodbank collection is now underway with collection points set up in our Livingston office and 8 of our sites across East and Central Scotland.
Charlie Swan, a CDT/Technical teacher from St Margaret’s Academy in Livingston recently swapped the classroom for the construction site in conjunction with DYW West Lothian’s ‘Teacher Placement Day’. A day to provide a teacher with first-hand experience of a business and industry away from the school environment.
On Saturday 31st August, Maxi Construction’s Contracts Manager, Brian Ward walked 26 miles from Callander to Killin along the Rob Roy Way through the wild and beautiful Trossachs National Park in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support.
Livingston based contractor Maxi Construction have been appointed by East Lothian Council to renovate the Grade B listed Corn Exchange in Haddington.
In 2017 Maxi Construction began to support Career Ready with a commitment to mentoring and a paid internship. Career Ready is a charity whose aim is to support secondary school pupils into employment by connecting schools with local employers to open up the world of work to young people.
Our Contracts Manager, Brian Watters shares his journey into the industry and explains where it’s taken him as part of our series of career journeys in construction.
Starting off in the construction industry as a YTS Joiner, Andy has worked his way up to become a Project Manager.