Welcome to the Sir Robert McAlpine Hub

We design, develop build and preserve some of Britain’s most iconic buildings. We shape towns, cities, and landscapes and put the local community at the heart of everything we do.

Whoever you are, whatever your background, you will find incredible potential to achieve what you want from your career. We’ll trust you with responsibilities that build your experience and track record, and we’ll set ambitious goals that stretch your skills and abilities.

We recruit from most STEM disciplines.

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We are a family-owned building and civil engineering company, established since 1869.
We shape towns, cities and landscapes and put the local community at the heart of everything we do.
We design, develop, build and preserve some of Britain’s most iconic buildings.
Our reputation is founded on 150 years of technical excellence and innovation, our entrepreneurial spirit and our future-focused approach.

Jack Arnold

Engineer

"I like to see what each day brings and any new opportunities that arise."

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Karla Jiggins

Quantity Surveyor

"A career with Sir Robert McAlpine is not just a job, it’s entering into one big family. You’re working towards achieving the company’s objectives together by growing, nurturing and sustaining relationships, talent and knowledge."

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‘It’s a privilege to be working on these critical NHS projects'

The speed at which our construction teams are mobilising and then pulling together to deliver Covid-19 surge hospitals presents many challenges, not least in making sure everyone stays safe.

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Reduced lockdown traffic helps A19 team accelerate Tees viaduct works

After 45 years being pummelled by hundreds of thousands of vehicles every week, the expansion joints between the composite concrete deck slabs on the 2km-long A19 Tees viaduct have reached the end of their serviceable life and need to be replaced.

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