The holding company of Maxi Group, Maxi Haulage, Maxi Warehousing and Maxi Construction remains in an “extremely strong” position and has coped “very well” with the coronavirus crisis, its chairman has said as he unveiled its 2019 financial results.
Maxi Construction has secured a place on the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) construction works and associated services framework, the first government-led construction agreement which can be used by the whole public sector.
Excavation work at a Maxi Construction site in Edinburgh has uncovered a number of interesting archaeological finds, including a cannonball. Work at Old Stamp Office Close, 215 High Street, so far has identified the remains of two properties demolished sometime after the 1890s, along with a continua
Maxi Construction is inviting local businesses to discuss opportunities associated with the Primary School & Early Years Bundle project for Clackmannanshire Council. Being delivered in partnership with hub East Central Scotland, the project includes alteration and extension works to a number of
Clermiston Primary School Livingston-based building contractor Maxi Construction has secured over £6.8m of work for The City of Edinburgh Council for extension and refurbishment projects to primary schools.
Construction and haulage firm Maxi Caledonian has reported another “good” year of results despite margins being hit by “unavoidable cost increases”. Accounts for the year end to September 2017 revealed group turnover to be £74.21 million with profits settling at £1.59m.
Retailer Next is to open a new store at Almondvale West Retail Park as part of a wider £3.5 million improvement programme of the site. The new store, which is scheduled to open in early 2019, will see Next more than double its original size at the retail park, which is located adjacent to one of Sc
Maxi Construction has recorded a 35% jump in annual pre-tax profits despites “problems” in its haulage business. The rise in profits to £2.59 million in the year to last September was achieved on turnover of £65.1m, The Herald has reported.
In the foreground: West Lothian Council Leader John McGinty (left) handing over the keys to contractor Barry Simpson, construction director from Maxi Construction. Back row – Alistair Shaw, West Lothian Council, Councillor Dave King, executive councillor for culture and leisure, Marjory MacKie and