Maxi Construction

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Maxi Construction has highlighted its community outreach success following its registration with the ESES Communities portal in April. ESES Communities is a development of Capital City Partnership, funded through the £1.3 billion Edinburgh & South East Scotland City Region Deal. As we

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A time capsule created by primary school pupils has been planted in the wall of the new Whitburn Partnership Centre in order to capture a piece of history for future generations. Over one hundred pupils from Croftmalloch, Polkemmet and Whitdale Primary Schools participated in online museum sessions

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Maxi Construction has been awarded a contract from ESMS (Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools) for refurbishment works within the historic Stewart’s Melville College Grandstand at Inverleith Playing Fields in Edinburgh.

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Maxi Construction has been awarded a £2.5 million contract from Scottish Borders Council for the construction of Hawick Business Centre, a new three-storey business space hub for small businesses within Hawick town centre. The new 433m2 development will be constructed across three floors provi

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Maxi Caledonian Ltd, the ultimate holding company of Maxi Haulage Ltd, Maxi Construction Ltd and Maxi Warehousing Ltd, has published its 2021 financial results, reporting an increase in turnover and profit.

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Maxi Construction has been awarded a £2.7 million contract from the City of Edinburgh Council for the design and construction of a new 2-storey classroom block within the grounds of the Grade B listed Sciennes Primary School.

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Maxi Construction has been awarded a contract from South Lanarkshire Council for the conversion of existing shop units within the New Cross Centre in Hamilton to provide a 950m2 multi-purpose community hub including meeting and office space. John Aitchison, Maxi Construction’s managing di

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Maxi Construction has hailed its appointment to the Scottish Procurement Alliance's Public Buildings & Infrastructure (PB3) Framework. The Livingston-based contractor was one of fifteen firms to have won places on the new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructur

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Fifteen contractors have won places on a new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructure and refurbishment works for the public sector in Scotland. The Public Buildings and Infrastructure (PB3) framework from Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) allows public sector organisation

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Livingston-based building contractor Maxi Construction today celebrates the milestone of 50 years in business. The company was founded by chartered civil engineer Arthur Hopkinson in 1971. Arthur retired from the business in 1983 and Gerry Atkinson, chairman to this day, bought out th

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