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  • 01.06.2010
    Mace's logistic arm, MLogic is celebrating having won two awards in one day. One team won Contractor of the Month for April 2010 on MLogic's construction logistics commission at One Hyde Park. The team is delivering the logistics on the highly complex "Penthouse A" project on the One Hyde Park site for client ISG. Encompassing the top three floors of a tower within a Laing O'Rourke-run site, ...
  • 01.06.2010
    Como picked up its third BCO award at the regional BCO south west awards dinner in Bristol on 13th May. The fit out for Johnson & Johnson's new head office situated in the middle of 26 acres of woodland area in Wokingham won the Best Fit out of Workplace award and was hailed by the judges as "visually stunning and a truly enlightening place to be". Designed by TP Bennett, the 120,000 ...
  • 31.05.2010
    Mace project the Elizabeth II Court has won Regional Sustainability Award at the RICS 2010 awards, the second recent award win following the success at the Regional BCO awards. Home of Hampshire County Council, the tired and dilapidated 1960s office block was transformed into a modern, efficient and highly sustainable working environment. Designed by Bennetts Associates and formerly known as ...
  • 31.05.2010
    For the third year running, Macro has won the Middle East Facilities Management (FM) Consultant of the Year award. The FM Middle East awards, organized by ITP Business Publishing, recognises those that have made significant contributions to the progression and development of the region's FM industry. Macro International Managing Director, Bill Heath, said: "I was very pleased to receive the FM ...
  • 27.05.2010
    The Considerate Contractor Scheme (CCS) has awarded Mace Plus' Teddington School project a Silver award for its dedication to site health and safety practice. In the second site report conducted by the CCS, the monitor said: "I am delighted to find that all of my suggestions have been actively considered and suitably taken on board. Not only this, but some innovative ideas have come forward. A ...
  • 27.05.2010
    Project manager Paul Dalton has completed a treble win for Mace having been named Birmingham's Young Professional of the Year 2010 in the construction and property category. Paul follows in footsteps of his colleagues Chris Hill and Tony Gale who both picked up the sought after award in 2009 and 2007. Paul won the award through his commitment to the regeneration of his home city with ...
  • 25.05.2010
    Mace Plus has been confirmed a finalist in the School's Contractor of the Year category at this year's BCSE Industry Awards. There were over 100 entries for this year's BCSE Industry Awards 2010 and for Mace Plus to have made the shortlist, it signifies a great achievement. Mace Plus is competing alongside Bouygues, Wates and Willmott Dixon for the category title. The projects highlighted in ...
  • 25.05.2010
    Mace has been confirmed a finalist in the School's Contractor of the Year category at this year's BCSE Industry Awards. There were over 100 entries for this year's BCSE Industry Awards 2010 and for Mace Plus to have made the shortlist, it signifies a great achievement. Mace Plus is competing alongside Bouygues, Wates and Willmott Dixon for the category title. The projects highlighted in the ...
  • 25.05.2010
    The Elizabeth II Court in Winchester has won the refurbished/recycled workspace above 2,000 square metres category at the BCO regional awards. The building, home of Hampshire County Council, was successfully handed over by Mace at the end of last year. Designed by Bennetts Associates and formerly known as Ashburton Court, the extensive refurbishment project successfully transformed a tired and ...
  • 23.05.2010
    Mace's midlands team has celebrated breaking ground on North Warwickshire & Hinckley College's £12.8m new campus which is due to open in September 2011. Mace is project manager and CDM coordinator for the college. The new facilities will provide a base for performing arts, media, graphic design and creative art courses, and will be located next to the Grade II listed Goddard Building ...
  • 12.05.2010
    A Mace team has successfully redeveloped the Kamelija department store in Kotor, Montenegro, delivering a new and modern shopping mall while protecting the adjoining naval school which is protected by UNESCO. As project manager, Mace worked to deliver the architect's vision while preserving the cultural heritage of the naval school building. The new three-storey mall has 29 tenants ...
  • 09.05.2010
    Mace director, Matt Turner will be presenting at Building magazine's second supermarkets conference on Wednesday 14th July 2010. The one-day conference is expected to be attended by approximately 100 delegates. The topics of discussion Matt will cover are: Understanding the effects of supermarket design on delivery speed Going beyond the store: how to cut costs through an efficient supply ...
  • 06.05.2010
    Mace Business School has won Integrated Supply Chain of the Year at Building Awards 2010. The judges gave the following statement: "Controlling the quality of a supply chain has traditionally relied on a stringent selection procedure and careful on-site management. But according to ConstructionSkills, fewer than 38% of managers in the construction industry have received any kind of management ...
  • 06.05.2010
    At the 16th annual Building Awards, Mace has won Building's Project of the Year 2010. Mace's Ropemaker Place project was acknowledged with a "highly commended" for the WRAP Award and was runner-up to the Ashmolean Museum project in the Project of the Year category. Below are the comments from the judges: Building's project of the year Winner - Ashmolean Museum "Rick Mather Architects and Mace ...
  • 03.05.2010
    The Heron Tower topping out ceremony took place last week and was hosted by developer Heron International and contractor Skanska. Heron International chief executive Gerald Ronson, Skanska CEO Johan Karlstrom and Lord Mayor Nick Anstee gave speeches at the event which was also attended by representatives from Mace, including CEO and chairman Stephen Pycroft. Scheduled for completion in ...
  • 29.04.2010
    Mace's most high profile London project, Shard London Bridge, is cover star of the 30th April edition of Building magazine. In an in-depth examination of progress on the iconic new development above London Bridge station, Building looks at the many milestones the team have already passed. From organising a 36-hour hour continuous concrete pour to a truly innovative technique that allowed 21 ...
  • 21.04.2010
    Mace is delighted to host the second ‘Mace Group Celebrity Cricket Challenge' in aid of WaterAid at the BritOval on Wednesday 14 July 2010. Last year's event proved a storming success, with some great cricket being played and fun had by all. Over the course of the day we raised more than £30,000 for WaterAid to contribute to their fantastic work around the world bringing safe water to ...
  • 20.04.2010
    The countdown to this year's Building Awards has begun and in its latest issue, Building focused on the finalists in the contractor of the year award. Mace Plus is amongst the five contractors in the under £300m turnover category and has been highlighted for its quality of work, attention to detail and willingness to help beyond the expected. Mace Plus is also a finalist in the public building ...
  • 18.04.2010
    Mace's Paul Dalton has been short listed for the tenth annual Birmingham Young Professional of the Year (BYPY) Award in the property and construction category. Born and bred in Birmingham and with experience that includes time critical and highly visible projects such as Millennium Point, the NEC Arena and the recent Birmingham Gateway development project, Paul is a strong contender for this ...
  • 15.04.2010
    In his quarterly contribution to Building magazine, Brian Moone of the Mace Business School reports on UK industry lead times and reveals it looks as though the industry may be turning the corner. Having detailed the difficulties caused by the recession in articles throughout last year, Brian has now announced that the majority of contractors are reporting an increase in enquiries and for the ...

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