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  • 06.08.2013
    After the success of the last live Twitter Q&A session in May, Isabel McAllister is returning to the hot seat on Friday 9 August as her article ‘Parklife' is due for publication in Building magazine. In this week’s feature Isabel addresses the common perception in the construction industry that there is an antagonistic relationship between the built environment and the natural one. The ...
  • 05.08.2013
    Mace is pleased to announce the appointment of Jason Butterworth as Director of Design and Transportation for the consultancy business and Adam McAllister as Head of Rail for Construction. Both these appointments demonstrate Mace’s commitment to strengthening its capabilities in the transportation market and our integrated design team offering in order to maximise opportunities in the ...
  • 04.08.2013
    Macro successfully assisted Norton Rose during the company’s recent integration with US law firm Fulbright and Jaworski, creating Norton Rose Fulbright, which now employs 3,800 lawyers and 7,500 people globally through 50 offices.   The project fell into two distinct categories, namely managing the building restack at 3 More London Riverside and assisting the rebranding ...
  • 25.07.2013
    Mace Cost Consultancy expects tender pricing in the UK to remain competitive over the medium term and maintains its April forecast. Nationally, tender prices are forecast to contract by 2% in 2013 and by a further 1% in 2014, before stabilising later in the year. London is set to lead the revival in the industry activity and, after a further decline of 1% in 2013, tender prices are anticipated ...
  • 18.07.2013
    The Cabinet Office and the UKTI have published two new reports demonstrating the impacts and legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games for business. The UKTI's report 'London 2012 – Delivering the Economic Legacy' shows that the UK is harnessing the Olympic momentum and how £9.9bn of economic benefit has been realised from Olympic-related activity. The Cabinet Office has also ...
  • 12.07.2013
    A ground breaking event has been held on the Silchester site to commemorate the start of works. The event was attended by the Leader of the Royal Borough, Cllr Nicholas Paget-Brown; Deputy Leader, Cllr Rock Feilding-Mellen and Cllr Coleridge; together with Claire Bennie and Craig Horn from Peabody Housing and Simon Underwood and Warren Alexander-Pye from Mace. The ceremony marks the beginning ...
  • 10.07.2013
    Mace achieved a major first on Thursday last week, by becoming the first company to collect both the 'Contractor of the Year' and 'Construction Consultancy of the Year' on a fantastic evening at the 2013 Construction News Awards. At a packed Grosvenor House Hotel, with 1,150 industry leaders in attendance, Mace's Chief Operating Officer for Construction, Gareth Lewis and Chief Operating ...
  • 10.07.2013
    Mace continues its expansion with the appointment of two specialists in contracts and dispute management to launch a Contracts and Dispute Consultancy service. Andrew Gregory joined Mace’s Dubai office in April 2013 as Head of Contracts & Dispute Consultancy and has now been joined by Paul Craig, who has the role of contracts and disputes manager. Both Andrew and Paul have extensive ...
  • 08.07.2013
    Specialist magazine Rail Engineer has published a six page article on the challenges and solutions of the delivery of phase one of the Birmingham New Street Station transformation. The piece titled "Transforming New Street: Six projects within a project" focused on how Mace worked in partnership with Network Rail to solve numerous highly complex engineering challenges to deliver phase one of ...
  • 01.07.2013
    At the recent annual Engineering News Record (ENR) Global Project Awards, The Shard, the tallest building in Western Europe, secured global accolades in two categories: ‘Best Project in the Retail/Mixed-Use Developments’ and ‘Project of the Year’. This international competition pays tribute to construction and design excellence achieved in the past 12 months. Judging criteria included: safety, ...
  • 30.06.2013
    Mace's facilities management subsidiary, Macro, has been awarded a one year extension with Emirates International Property Services (EIPS) after an initial six-month help desk contract, which saw call volumes double. The 24/7/365 help desk facility with asset and planned maintenance management capabilities, is operational from Macro’s Dubai head office and covers 20 projects on behalf of EIPS, ...
  • 20.06.2013
    Musanada Facilities Manager Fawzeia Hamad Al Marzouqi, who is seconded into Macro’s FM team, has won the “Facilities Manager of the Year Award” at the Facilities Management Middle East Awards 2013. She is the first woman to have won this award. Fawzeia, who was recently appointed Regional Facilities Manager of the Western Region, is charged with managing services delivery across a diverse ...
  • 06.06.2013
    Mace continues its organic expansion with the opening of its fifth regional office in North America located in Newark, New Jersey. Mace currently has regional offices in Atlanta, Chicago, New York City, and San Francisco. Its client base includes corporations and organizations such as Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of NJ, TD Bank, Univision, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, ...
  • 08.02.2013
    Mace celebrated the completion of the superstructure at Three Quays residential development on the north bank of the Thames in a topping out ceremony. The project is the only major residential riverside scheme currently in development on the north bank in London’s zone one. Mace has been working with Cheval Property Management Limited and Cheval Residences Limited on the scheme since 2009, ...
  • 27.11.2012
    Mace has raised in excess of £10,000 for Breast Cancer Campaign and (BSD) $2,000 for the Cancer Society of The Bahamas by supporting Breast Cancer Awareness’ largest fund raising event, Wear it Pink. The main event took place at W4 Regents Street whereby site workers wore pink PPE for the day’s construction works. The project is a £40m design and build scheme of approximately 200,000 ...
  • 27.11.2012
    Four Mace projects, 8 Moorgate, Birmingham New Street, The Place and The Tate Modern Project, joined construction sites across the UK and opened their doors to help promote the construction industry and the range of career opportunities available to young people. The event, launched by the UKCG, Construction Skills, CCS and the CIOB earlier this month invited 126 visitors from local ...
  • 26.11.2012
    Mark Reynolds will become Chief Executive of Mace from 1 January 2013. Stephen Pycroft will continue as Executive Chairman and Jason Millett and Mark Castle will be promoted to the Group Board, also from 1 January 2013.  This year Mace will hit £1 billion in turnover for the first time after the Olympics, The Shard and Emirates Air Line provided a hat-trick of London 2012 ...
  • 26.11.2012
    2012 has been a year of success and celebration for Mace, but for Macro the year marks a major milestone in the company’s history as it celebrates 10 years of operation. To mark the occasion Macro hosted an anniversary reception with long standing clients and guests at Paramount Bar, London with fantastic views across the city. In his speech, managing director, Peter Brumby said: “It is ...
  • 05.11.2012
    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 ...
  • 05.11.2012
    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 ...

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