Last week Mace’s Chief Executive, Mark Reynolds, attended an event hosted by Transport for London (TfL) Commissioner, Sir Peter Hendy where he congratulated Mace on becoming the first Champions of the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme.
The CLOCS Standard (WRRR) is the first national standard designed to help reduce collisions between trucks and all vulnerable ...
Mace has won an appointment to One Housing Group’s (OHG) construction framework. With work valued at £500m over four years, Mace will be tendering for projects over £10m, supporting OHG’s development programme.
One Housing Group is a leading provider of housing, care and support across London and the South East managing over 15,000 homes in 26 boroughs. OHG has a large portfolio of homes ...
The Mace team working on Senate House North Block building has broken ground marking the first major construction milestone on the project. Once completed, the redevelopment will expand SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London’s vibrant campus around a central precinct in the heart of Bloomsbury, London’s prestigious district of learning and heritage.
Candleriggs, a 50/50 joint venture between the investment arm of Mace and funds managed by Mercer Real Estate Partners, has exchanged contracts to purchase land owned by Selfridges in Glasgow city centre to redevelop it into a mixed use scheme.
Located in the vibrant Merchant City area of Glasgow, the proposed development will include residential and retail elements and is intended to make a ...
Mace has taken a 50% stake in Doric Properties to form a new partnership to deliver the comprehensive regeneration of Botley district centre in Oxfordshire.
The £100 million+ regeneration proposals will see the redevelopment of the existing 1960s shopping precinct with a modern centre designed to serve the next generation of residents. The proposals include a supermarket, a small Cine World ...
International facilities management company Macro has agreed an extension to continue its work with ITN, the worldwide news and multimedia content company.
Macro has worked with ITN since April 2008, and will now continue to provide facilities management (FM) services at the company's 200 Grays Inn Road site in London. As the ITN site incorporates a number of broadcasting studios, where ...
Mace has published its 2013 annual report and accounts, with the company recording an 8% increase in turnover to £1.18bn, as well as a 14% increase in pre-tax profit.
Despite a challenging economic backdrop worldwide, 2013 marked the 24th consecutive year of growth for Mace. The company continues to deliver strong results, growing in a planned and sustainable way while maintaining a ...
Como has successfully delivered the fit out of 25,000 square foot of space for investment management firm, Invesco at its new 125 London Wall office in the City of London, UK.
Over the past 18 months, the Como project team has been working hard to deliver the refurbishment of this building for landlord JP Morgan. Como’s sister company and international facilities management provider, Macro, ...
Mace has appointed Dennis Hone as its new Group Finance Director. Mr Hone will take up his role in autumn 2014.
Dennis Hone joins Mace from the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), where he has been Chief Executive since 2012, leading the transformation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park following the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Prior to joining the LLDC, Dennis was ...
Mace has confirmed its pledge to take action to inspire more women and girls to consider a career in engineering and construction. This is part of the Cabinet Office’s new campaign to encourage young people to participate in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
The industry-led initiative - Your Life - was launched by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt. Hon. George Osborne MP, ...
Mace's cost consultancy team has produced its latest quarterly Tender Cost Update, providing a snapshot of construction market conditions and trends across the UK, Europe, North America and the Middle East. To view these reports, click below:
Europe - Recovery becoming a reality
While the demand for construction is picking up in the major European economies, there are still significant ...
Mace has published its Tender Cost Update for the Middle East market. This quarter’s update finds that while some regions and sectors are experiencing a stable period of growth, the oil and gas sector appears to be underperforming, while external political issues cause a strain on local resource. To read the full report, please click here
With the conflict in Syria still ongoing, ...
Mace has published its Tender Cost Update for the North American region, predicting continued growth in construction activity, generated as a result of stability following government budget sign-off. To read the full report, please click here.
At the beginning of this year, the White House and the US senate agreed on a $1.1tn spending bill, following three years of forced budget cuts and ...
Major city regions across the country should be given Transport for London-style powers and funding certainty, says leading think tank Centre for Cities in a new report published today.
People who live and work in city-regions and cities outside of London depend upon local bus and rail networks to access jobs, shops and services. But fragmented provision and short term funding mean that too ...
Mace has published its Tender Cost Update for the European market, finding that while the demand for construction is picking up in the major European economies, there are still significant weaknesses present in eastern European countries. To read the full report, please click here.
Following the release of the latest Eurostat figures in January, Mace reports that the general construction ...
On 30 April, the Mace team working on Silchester Garages and client, Peabody, along with key stakeholder the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) celebrated the topping out of the project, marking the completion of the development’s highest point. A small ceremony was held on the £24m project that will provide 112 mixed-tenure homes on the Silchester estate near Latimer Road ...
Quarterly figures published today by Mace suggest that the UK construction market will stay in recovery mode in 2014, with growth to remain steady in the medium term. However, Mace also warns that without actual financial investment this growth won’t have the necessary support to be sustained. Read the full report here.
The Mace tender price inflation forecast found that while ...
On 13 April, 2014, 14 Mace employees ran alongside Mo Farah and some of the world’s top athletes at the Virgin London Marathon, London, UK to help raise more than £37,000 for a range of different charities.
The Mace runners joined a staggering 35,864 participants on this 26.2 mile physical and mental challenge, which has so far helped to raise more than £500m for great causes, since ...
For a record sixth year, Mace - through the Mace Foundation – has supported 120 young people with disabilities to get involved in inclusive sports. The four day residential event was open to young people from the six Olympic boroughs of Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Greenwich, Barking and Dagenham, and Waltham Forest.
Held at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, the birthplace of the Paralympic ...
The Mace team attending this year’s Association of University Directors of Estates conference had another successful year at the University of Roehampton.
Bringing together top estates directors from the higher education sector, AUDE provided a platform for delegates and exhibitors such as Mace to discuss the latest issues impacting the university estates sector. Topics in this year’s ...