Mark Castle, managing director for Mace Plus, will present at the forthcoming Education Construction conference in London on 19th November.
The conference will provide contractors, subcontractors, architects and engineers with vital insights into the future of the education construction market.
Mark will host a seminar on 'lessons from delivering academy buildings', drawn from Mace Plus' ...
Mace Group has been appointed by Prasa-Bogaris as project and construction manager for the RATC Urbanisation in Constanta, an approximately 100,000 sqm plot intended for a mixed commercial, retail, hotel and residential development.
This is an ambitious project, being run by a joint venture between Prasa and Bogaris, two Spanish developers established in Romania, as part of their eastward ...
The directors of Mace Plus paid a visit to Sandy Lane Primary School in Bracknell to help the children as part of the Mace Group's volunteer day programme.
The programme encourages staff to take a day out of work and give something back to the community. Mace Plus managing director Mark Castle did just this by taking part in a day of environmental projects with the local school children, ...
Mace Group has completed two student accommodation facilities for JG Land and Estates in East London.
Mace were appointed as project managers and employers agents on both schemes in 2006, working closely with award-winning architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to deliver Hive Apartments and Broadway Malyan to deliver the Hive Studios.
The two residences have achieved a sustainable design to ...
Mace Group has been appointed as project manager on the $323m Kianda Towers project in Luanda, Angola by client Panservice S.A.
The project incorporates two 25-storey commercial office towers and two 27-storey residential towers with retail elements and basement car parking.
This project is one of several projects the group has won out of its Portuguese office. The development is scheduled for ...
In mid 2008, the Mace Plus board challenged senior managers to improve the company's safety protocol and a little over a year on, MUST cards and an associated training initiative have been introduced with impressive results.
A task group comprising six project-based team members was established with a remit to prepare a proposal for improving safety. The group came up with areas for ...
Mace Plus is delighted to have secured Richard Gillies, Director of Plan A and CSR at Marks and Spencer, to speak at its breakfast briefing on 3rd November about M&S's response to climate change.
With momentum building around climate change, the low carbon economy, population growth and fuel and food shortages, the talk will discuss what are the likely impacts of these issues on business. ...
Phil Terzza, senior technical consultant at Macro International provides his quarterly letter from Dubai, discussing how the rise in temperature in the region affects facilties management.
He comments about the awareness facilities managers need to employ to address the extreme temperatures and exposure to excessive sunlight that anyone working in the Middle East encounters. The effects of ...
Mace Group has played a key role in helping client The Natural History Museum to deliver the second phase of its Darwin Centre development on time. Opened by HRH Prince William, the landmark project is the most significant development since the museum moved to London's South Kensington in 1881.
The Darwin Centre comprises a cocoon under an atrium room, which provides a controlled environment ...
Mace Group has helped to successfully deliver the £50m new International Pier to Birmingham International Airport in time for the airport’s 70th anniversary celebrations. Mace was appointed in 2006 to manage the procurement, design and construction of the new pier with Mace Sustain as CDM Coordinator.
Mace staff joined 500 guests from the construction, aviation and business community at the ...
Mace and Sense have successfully delivered the first phase of Hartlepool Sixth Form College, opening the doors to students four days ahead of schedule to the delight of the principal, Rick Wells.
Involving the refurbishment of a Victorian merchant's house and an atrium connecting it to a new teaching facility, phase two is scheduled for completion in September 2010 and will involve demolition ...
In the final part of its series for Building magazine, Sense Cost Consultancy explores the difficulties that M&E contractors and suppliers are facing, the effect that's having on prices, and what the future may have in store
Recent industry surveys suggest the rate of decline in activity is bottoming out, but evidence specifically relating to services specialists, which account for about ...
The Bridge Acadamy in Hackney was featured in an independent review by Regeneration and Renewal magazine. As main contractor on the project, Mace Plus hosted a tour of the school with design expert Peter Dijkhuis.
The school specialises in music and its design was inspired by a guitar, which can be seen when viewed from above. Peter Dijkhuis discusses the building's design, features and its ...
Mace Plus has taken part in a round table discussion with Architects' Journal about the St. Mary Magdalene Academy in Islington, London.
Mace Plus operations director Stephen Henley and Andrew Sweeney, project manager on the academy joined representatives from the project team to discuss the making of the building and the wider issues surrounding school design.
To view the video of the round ...
Mace Sustain is supporting homeless charity Centrepoint by taking part in its Sleepout event and sleeping rough in the streets of London.
Six members of the community regeneration team including director David Rowbotham and community regeneration manager Gez Carr will be sleeping rough in Old Spitalfields Market on 12th November to help raise £250,000 to help Centrepoint provide services for ...
After a successful tour around Piccadilly in June, the Mace Living team hosted another tour on the 10 September around the Elephant and Castle area of London, once again led by architect and lecturer Benedict O'Looney.
The tour provided guests with an interesting glimpse into both old and new developments around Southwark. The area is experiencing a significant amount of regeneration work as a ...
Mace risk manager Kelvin Smith, has been nominated for an international student of the year award by the Institute of Risk Management. The nomination is the result of Kelvin's performance in the June exams during which he achieved the highest mark in the risk solutions module.
Delivered by the Institute of Risk Management, the post-graduate diploma offers an entry route to IRM membership. ...
A Sense team in the Midlands is celebrating the successful handover of the new £33m Gateway College in Leicester, a project Sense has been involved in as cost manager and employer's agent since January 2008.
The Gateway College project involved the relocation of the Sixth Form College from a cramped city centre site adjoining De Montford University to a new building situated on a greenfield ...
Mace Group has been placed 25th in the Construction News Top 100 construction contractors league table 2009. The league table was complied using latest turnover, growth and pre-tax profit figures from 2008 and 2009.
Mace also made the Top 100 table for firms ranked by total number of staff for the first time, entering at number 15.
To view the league table please visit Construction News ...
Mace Group has secured its first major Building Schools for the Future commission in the Midlands with an appointment as technical adviser for the £220m Walsall BSF project. The team involved was delighted to discover the client had awarded full marks for the quality of the tender submission. Fast-tracked by Partnerships for Schools (PfS) to take part in the wave 6a programme, client Walsall ...