Today, Mace will complete the topping out of the 280 High Holborn project, on behalf of global real estate company Hines. In the midtown submarket, this project will provide key office space in one of the busiest parts of London. Having been involved in the project for nearly four years, this milestone marks a significant step on the way to Mace's completion of the mixed-use development.
In the spirit of National Apprenticeship Week, Mace hosted and supported multiple events across the UK in order to raise the profile of apprenticeship programs. Mace used the week to promote its commitment to apprenticeships with different project teams working with project partners to run events for local colleges. Events took place in London, Manchester and Birmingham, and are highlighted ...
Mace has successfully completed the new £25.5m Sixth Form College in Lowestoft, one of the last successful projects to arise out of the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) Framework. Mace was appointed to the LSC Framework in 2008 and was selected to provide project management and CDM services on the project from design stage through to completion.
The project, thought to be ...
Mace has celebrated the topping out of the new Livity School in Lambeth.
Livity School is a special needs primary school for 80 children with autistic spectrum disorders and profound and multiple learning difficulties. Mace is working as employer’s agent on the new £8.4m state-of-the-art facility which has been relocated from its current site in Mandrell Road, Brixton, to the new location in ...
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If you are a graduate or undergraduate (looking for a 12 month placement) and interested in starting your career at Mace, unfortunately the graduate management training programme has now closed for 2012 applications. However, if you would like to apply for next year's ...
In February's issue of Rail Engineer magazine, Nigel Wordsworth writes about his annual visit to Birmingham New Street Station, which is undergoing a £600m transformation by Mace in partnership with Network Rail. In this feature we get an insight into how the Birmingham Gateway project is developing and the milestones that have been accomplished in the past year. Wordsworth covers ...
It has been announced that The Shard has been named as one of the shortlisted projects for the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) London Civil Engineering Awards 2012. The awards recognise projects in London that demonstrate innovation, creativity and social value whilst embedding safety and sustainability.
Tipped to be the tallest building in Europe, The Shard, for which Mace is providing a ...
Mace moves to Moorgate Mace has confirmed the relocation of its London office to Moorgate Hall, consolidating all of its five London offices to one location creating a new global corporate headquarters. A Land Securities property, Moorgate Hall will be a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ office providing 64,000 square feet of accommodation across five storeys in the City of London, directly opposite ...
As part of its continued growth in North America, Canada and the Caribbean, Mace has appointed Greg Parker as Managing Director of Cost Consultancy for the region.
Greg will be based at Mace's office in the New York City, and joins the company from his previous position of senior manager at Ernst & Young’s Construction and Real Estate Advisory Services.
Mace’s cost consultancy business is ...
Jason Millett, Director at Mace and CLM Delivery Partner Programme Director, will address the Association of Project Managers’ (APM) Learning Legacy launch event on the 23 January 2012.
The APM has been chosen by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) as a Learning Legacy dissemination partner, and will share the lessons learned from the construction of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic ...
Progress has recently been made on the Emirates Airline project with the erection of the North Intermediate Tower. The tower, located near the Emirates Royal Docks terminal is the first of three soon-to-be iconic towers to be fully erected. Measuring at over 200ft tall and weighing 270 tonnes the tower is the smallest of the three main towers.
Over the coming months, Londoners will see the two ...
International consultancy and construction company, Mace, has been appointed by British Land and Blackstone Group to deliver 5 Broadgate, the new UK headquarters of global financial firm, UBS.
The building, is almost 1.2 million square feet, 14 storeys high and will include four trading floors each capable of accommodating 750 traders. The building is expected to house approximately 6,000 UBS ...
Mace has been awarded the prestigious Local Government Chronicle’s inaugural Business Partnership Award in the Partnerships in Construction category, for their work with Manchester City Council. The awards were established to identify and champion innovation in partnerships forged between local authorities and private sector providers. The ceremony, held at The Grange St Paul's in London, ...
For the fifth consecutive year, Mace is listed in Building Magazine's annual Good Employer Guide, which was agreed by an expert judging panel including Graham Watts of the Construction Industry Council and Rachel Done of the UK Contractors Group.
The guide aims to recognise and celebrate the companies that they feel are setting the bar for employee and community relations in ...
Yesterday Mace, in partnership with Network Rail and Birmingham City Council, launched the Birmingham Gateway Construction Academy (BGCA) in front of an assembly of local business stakeholders and media.
The academy will provide a dedicated training and resource facility which will aim to maximise skills opportunities and help secure employment for local people.
As part of the event, Richard ...
The Three Quays project has been awarded the City of London Considerate Constructor Scheme Gold Award.
Members of the Mace project team collected the award at a ceremony on 4 November on behalf of the Three Quays project, from the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, Alderman Michael Bear.
The decision to award the top accolade to Three Quays was based on the overall performance of all ...
Safety by Numbers
With ambitions to take Mace’s health and safety standards and performance from industry best to world-leading we are continually setting targets and measuring achievements; celebrating our success as well as highlighting priorities for improvement. Some of our latest figures for 2011 do just that.
5 million hours worked without a reportable injury.A new benchmark for Mace, ...
This year's CoreNet "Social Dynamics: Connectivity, Creativity, Relationships" conference and exhibition was held on 6-8 November at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. This three day networking event was an opportunity to bring together key decision makers from the global corporate real estate industry.
With a long history of building relationships across borders and creating value ...
A quarterly leadership forum, opening up lines of communication and encouraging greater transparency in health and safety practice across the industry.
Mace’s first Supply Chain Managing Directors H&S Forum, bringing together individuals from our key supply chain members - was a great success; opening up lines of communication and encouraging greater transparency between key industry ...
The launch of a simple management tool supporting individuals across Mace projects to deliver the principles of 'Safety first. Second nature.'
The launch of Safety first. Second nature. and the engagement of our clients, consultants, employees and partners has led to the introduction of a number of initiatives, processes and forums focused on enhancing our health and safety performance ...