During the course of this week over 650 Mace employees will take part in the company’s first official Volunteer Week, where employees from across the UK will spend a day on 11 natural reserves in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh. This is the first time the company has volunteered on such a large scale.
Volunteer Week forms part of Mace’s strict three year plan to meet tough ...
Mace has produced a strict three year plan to meet tough sustainability targets by 2015. The plan includes targets in six critical areas - waste, water, carbon and energy, biodiversity, responsible sourcing and community.
Waste: Increase the waste diverted from landfill.Target: Increase waste diversion to 98% (from 89% in 2011).
Water: Reduce water consumption. Target: Reduce water ...
Since Mace moved into its new global headquarters, it has successfully found new homes for over 950 pieces of furniture and diverted almost 31 tonnes of waste from landfill. As part of Mace's pledge to corporate responsibility, the sustainability, public sector consultancy and building services teams managed to rehouse the past office furniture with charities, free schools and ...
Mace continues to grow its cost consultancy business with the appointment of Alan Willby as director for world sports events and major programmes.
Willby will support the major sporting programmes and help increase market share of the business. Willby first worked with Mace on the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, where Mace acted as delivery partner to the Olympic Delivery Authority ...
Mace is supporting Breast Cancer Campaign’s largest fund raising event; Wear it Pink 2012. A charity event embraced across the nation by wearing pink items of clothing, the day helps Breast Cancer Campaign to fund innovative, world-class research facilities across the UK to better understand how breast cancer develops. The cause enables improved diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cures.
David Elder, operations director in London joined a panel of property specialists at this years’ conference to showcase The Shard scheme earlier this month.
The conference, organised by Scottish litigators Anderson Strathern, hosted a panel of industry wide speakers to present on the key issues affecting the industry and wider economy, such as the paradigm shift of organisations increasing in ...
Greg Parker, managing director of Mace, North America, will be joining a panel at RICS Summit of the Americas on October 18 – 19.
Parker joins Ernst and Young, Credit Suisse and CBRE among others to discuss the harmonising of international procurement standards in construction consultancy and investing in emerging markets.
The summit focuses on North and South America and the Caribbean and ...
Mace's Jack King was proud to receive the Employment Award for 21-24 year olds at the inaugural Land Securities’ London Employment Awards held at the OXO Tower, London.
Jack had been unemployed for over a year when he met Mace’s Employment & Skills Manager, Julia Lee. Jack went through the Mace Community Regeneration pre-employment training programme before successfully interviewing for a ...
The team at 5 Broadgate recently supported Budding Brunels – a three day engagement programme involving 22 school children aged 16-17 from Hackney's Brooke House College and the Bridge Academy both based in Hackney.
Client British Land and joint venture partner Blackstone sponsored the Budding Brunels event which is part of the Construction Youth Trust (CYT) a registered charity working with ...
For the second consecutive year, Mace is headline sponsor of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) Awards 2012 at The Grosvenor House Hotel, London on Monday 8th October.
The Awards are designed to celebrate the increasingly strategic profile of facilities management by highlighting the key role it plays in the success of public and private sector organisations.
The Emirates Air Line has been featured in a documentary programme called 'How Do They Do It' on the Discovery Science Channel on Saturday 29 September at 12.30pm.
Aired on September 29, the show explored the construction of the ordinary and extraordinary objects are made using the slogan "Behind the ordinary is the extraordinary."
Viewers were given insight into the extraordinary, such ...
FSC Friday is a series of global events organised by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) which aims to highlight the importance of responsible forest management. Every year, schools, businesses, individuals, forest owners/managers and other organisations around the world get involved in spreading the word about FSC and responsible forestry.
The FSC is an international non-profit organisation ...
Greg Parker, managing director of Mace, North America, joined the panel at CoreNet’s Global Chicago Chapter, “Tales from the Global Trenches”, on Thursday 13 September.
The programme focused on the demands of providing global real estate services and operating in international markets. It offered the opportunity for both occupiers and service providers to share their success stories and ...
For the second consecutive year, international consultancy and construction company Mace joined approximately 40,000 participants from across the globe as they gathered at Expo Real, one of Europe's leading commercial real estate tradeshows. Held in Munich, Germany, the networking event wass an opportunity for Mace representatives to network amongst decision makers and key influencers, and ...
Mace’s Head of Sustainability for Construction Andrew Kinsey will present at Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC) ‘In Good Company’ conference in Porto Seguro, Brazil.
Andrew will be presenting during ‘the FSC and the Green Building Sector – Opportunities for Engagement’ workshop using his experience and examples from major international projects, including London 2012.
‘In Good Company’ is ...
Stephen Pycroft, Chairman and CEO and Mace, founder of the Design Museum Sir Terence Conran, Director Deyan Sudjic OBE and Chairman of the Trustees Luqman Arnold, and leading architects and designers, attended a ceremony to celebrate the ground breaking of the new Design Museum at the former Commonwealth Institute on Kensington High Street.
To mark this historic moment in the development of ...
2012 marked the sixth year of the RESI conference, the annual event for the residential market. This year the conference focused on the future of the housing economy, funding options, planning and localism, and delivering housing with local authorities – all key issues in challenging economic conditions.
Mace returned to RESI to support this important conference and in our sponsorship of the ...
A consortium made up of Mace, Telereal Trillium and KPMG, has been shortlisted in the Defence Infrastructure Organisation’s (DIO) search for a potential private sector business partner.
The DIO, the Ministry Of Defence’s (MOD) property and services provider, is looking to harness the expertise available in the private sector to help it create a world-class sustainable, efficient and ...
Mace has been appointed by the London Borough of Bexley as main contractor to deliver the council’s new £21.4m civic offices, signifying another important win for Mace under the IESE framework.
The Mace team will be responsible for the refurbishment of the 11,000 square metre, 1980’s office building in Bexleyheath, which has stood empty for five years. The appointment will include the ...
Mace Deputy CEO Mark Reynolds joined a select committee of leading industry professionals from the British Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI), HS2 and Crossrail to debate the contribution that the construction and infrastructure sectors have made to the delivery of London 2012 Games.
The breakfast briefing, hosted by London Business Network, looked at the lessons learnt through the ...