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  • 06.10.2011
    Mace has been appointed by Peterborough City Council (PCC) to provide programme & project management and cost consultancy services on a major redevelopment project to transform Moys End football stand into a 'Community Stadium'. Building on Mace's experience in both the education and regeneration sectors, the development will provide a high quality educational facility and secure ...
  • 04.10.2011
    Mace is delighted that this year’s prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize has been awarded to Evelyn Grace Academy. Delivered by Mace through a design and build contract, the academy has been recognised for its outstanding design by Zaha Hadid Architects, Zaha’s second consecutive Stirling Prize. The awards ceremony, presented by Kevin McCloud, took place in the Magna Science and Adventure Centre in ...
  • 03.10.2011
    International consultancy and construction company Mace has appointed southeast USA regional director David Stoutamire to help build its rapidly-expanding North American project management business. David will be responsible for developing and delivering the company's growth strategy for program and project management in their respective regions. Primary clients include corporate occupiers, ...
  • 03.10.2011
    Mace has achieved a major milestone in the delivery of London Bridge Quarter's 21st century public realm around one of the capitals key transport hubs. As a result many of London Bridge station's 350,000 daily passengers are now enjoying improved concourse facilities. This comes as part of the £50m transformation of the station concourse, bus station and creation of a new public ...
  • 29.09.2011
    Mace's strategic plans to grow its nuclear portfolio took another step forward with two major contracts awarded by Magnox Ltd for decommissioning work, off the back of the Government Procurement Service project management and design team framework. The first project is a managed services contract at Sizewell in Suffolk, the second contract is for programme management support at the Berkeley ...
  • 26.09.2011
    Mace has installed the UK's tallest crane at the Shard to begin the construction of the spire. Forming the top 23 floors of the building, the spire will take the Shard to its ultimate 310m height, crowning it the tallest building in Western Europe. Attached to a platform on the outside of the building at floor 56, the crane was 'jumped' into position and will lift 500 tonnes of steel into ...
  • 13.09.2011
    Mace has helped to relocate and construct the UK's 9/11 sculpture in an area of Battersea Park called the American Garden, which was recently revealed to the public. Working with our supply chain, Mace provided a voluntary construction management service, which included an initial study to outline construction options, programme management, procurement and cost services. Steel columns and ...
  • 07.09.2011
    Mace the international consultancy and construction company has reported a 17.2% increase in turnover for 2010 to £851m. These results for Mace’s 20th anniversary year set the company on track to reach its strategic target of £1bn turnover in 2012 and to deliver its five year plan to grow the business’s turnover by over 50% by 2015. Chairman and Chief Executive of Mace, Stephen Pycroft, ...
  • 31.08.2011
    Working for one of UK’s largest financial firms, the Mace technology team are celebrating another high score of 36.5 out of 40, in their latest Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) audit. Average CCS scores on UK sites are around 31, making the team's initial high score of 36.5 hard to beat. However, the high score has been maintained throughout and the project site has been awarded the ...
  • 31.08.2011
    With the UK’s housing shortage now a well-established fact and a government wrestling with how to increase residential supply as quickly as possible, there’s never been a more important year for the RESI conference, the foremost annual event for residential property companies. With a long history of delivering residential projects in both private and public sectors, Mace will of course be in ...
  • 30.08.2011
    Mace continues to assist its client Adriatic Marinas in creating Porto Montenegro the finest marina in Montenegro. The completed development will have luxury residential apartments, retail outlets, two hotels, an international school, a sports club, golf course and a marina with 650 berths. Mace project director, Alistair Mackintosh commented: "We're providing project management and ...
  • 15.08.2011
    The Mace aviation team has extended its track record in the industry, by being one of ten contractors selected on Gatwick Airport's £1.2bn improvement and upgrades framework. Mace joins a preferred list of Balfour Beatty, Bouygues, Carillion, Costain, Laing O'Rourke, Vinci, VolkerFitzpatrick, Willmott Dixon and Morgan Sindall on the four year framework. The framework will let contracts of ...
  • 09.08.2011
    Redevelopment of Birmingham New Street took another step forward as engineers started preparatory work to create the station's spectacular stainless steel façade exterior. Designed to reflect the movement of the city and the station, the 16,000 metre façade will be installed from early 2012 onwards and is featured in a new animated fly through film released today for the first time. Originally ...
  • 09.08.2011
    The Royal Shakespeare Theatre Transformation Project has been named as the refurbishment project of the year at the West Midlands Centre for Constructing Excellence awards (WMCCE). Mace provided construction management and construction delivery on the project. The judges claimed that the project “represented a substantial legacy for the region and a best practice exemplar for the industry”. ...
  • 03.08.2011
    Mace and its clients Mitsui Fudosan and Stanhope have celebrated the topping-out of the mixed-use 5 Hanover Square development in London's West End. Laying concrete to put the finishing touches on the building's structural height of just over 31 metres were Hitoshi Saito, Executive Managing Director of Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd, Brett Wharton, Development Director of Stanhope, and Stephen Pycroft, ...
  • 02.08.2011
    Mace director, Terry Spraggett, has been appointed as a trustee of the Construction Youth Trust (CYT). The CYT is a charitable trust that supports young people whose journey to work can be challenging due to the barriers relating to their financial circumstances, awareness of opportunities in the industry, low self-esteem, gender or ethnicity. The combined insight and experience of the patron, ...
  • 02.08.2011
    Mace provided its support to the British Architecture Exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial 2011, a premier international showcase for scenic design and British theatre architecture organised by the Association of British Theatre Technicians. The exhibition is an opportunity for theatre professionals from all around the world to network and celebrate 'The Guthrie Legacy'. It traces the ...
  • 01.08.2011
    The Shard and The Place teams, which form the London Bridge Quarter, have celebrated the impressive milestones reached on the iconic development transforming London's skyline. Under the watchful eye of Southwark Cathedral, the tallest building south of the river during the 13th Century, the event was an opportunity to celebrate two London landmarks that tail-end 800 years of development in the ...
  • 21.07.2011
    Boris Johnson's plans to regenerate east London have received a boost with the start of construction works for the capital's innovative cable car. As design and build contractor on the new London cable car scheme Mace, and a team of expert sub-contractors, has started work on both sides of the river on the two stations passengers will be using for the cable car; this includes piles being ...
  • 13.07.2011
    The doors have just opened at The Sharp Project – a new home for creative businesses in the North West of England, a successful joint venture between New East Manchester regeneration company and Manchester City Council. The development has converted an existing 250,000 square foot former electronics warehouse into modern, flexible accommodation for creative and technology-driven ...

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