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BDMolloy are specialists in providing interim management, contract and permanent recruitment solutions globally to the Infrastructure, Medical Devices, Sales and Marketing and Energy and Extractive industries. We have a successful track record in filling strategic level positions to many of the world's leading organisations and projects.
BDMolloy understands that the basic facilities, services, and installations needed for a functioning community or society, such as transportation and communications systems, water and power lines, involve significant capital investment and that build and management of the assets is key.
Our approach to providing a recruitment service is what sets us apart from traditional recruitment businesses. We provide a bespoke, formulated search methodology driven by our client's requirements and supported by strong content led marketing, helping our clients stand out from the crowd.
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Case Studies
07/11/16
Exclusive: Laing O’Rourke / Murphy, Morgan Sindall / Bam-
Nuttall /Ferrovial and Costain /Skanska are 
chosen for £900m HS2 enabling works
21/09/16
Interserve and Khansaheb JV scoops UAE mall contract

19/09/16
BDMolloy are very happy to announce our new member of the team Alexandra Bindon who will be running our medical devices market. Please contact Alexandra on alexb@bdmolloy.com if you require any assistance. 

14/09/16
Simon Kirby’s exit from HS2 reinforces need for project clarity

13/09/16
Murphy, Laing O'Rourke, Atkins, VolkerRail, Amey, Bam, Costain and Carillion
among contractors in £2bn TransPennine race

08/09/16
TfN report: Rail, road and port investment 'to add £35bn' to UK economy by 2033

08/08/16
Bam Nuttall is in pole position to build a £300m tidal barrage project that is attracting interest from major pension funds

21/07/16
The post-Brexit climate is the “ideal” time for government borrowing to ensure major projects are not delayed or scrapped, Balfour Beatty has said, in a report urging action on infrastructure.


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