Mace has been appointed as project manager, construction manager and cost consultant for phase 3 of the campus development for the United Nations International School (UNIS) in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Our excellent relationship with the United Nations (UN), established during the Green One UN House project which is soon to be occupied in Hanoi, saw us through a competitive tender process. UNIS is the ...
On Friday, 13 March, Mace, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and London’s Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, celebrated a major milestone in the ongoing work to create a world class police training facility in London, as the Peel Centre in Hendon reached the tallest point of construction.
The £70 million redevelopment is being financed by the ...
This week Mace announced the winner of its 25th anniversary Lego competition. As a way to kick start a year of celebration, Mace asked its employees to swap bricks and mortar for a slightly smaller and more colourful alternative, delivering miniature versions of some of its most iconic buildings.
Some serious design, preconstruction, project management and even MEP took place across the ...
In its spring edition for 2015, New London Quarterly has run its main feature on the 5 Broadgate development. With accounts from UBS, British Land, MAKE architects and Mace, this piece gives a rounded view of the project, its challenges and its successes as it comes up to completion.
In a short excerpt from the piece, Rob Dudley, Mace Project Director, said: "We began work in ...
Mace has been awarded the highly prestigious Business Superbrand status for 2015, marking yet another major achievement as we celebrate our 25th anniversary and our first time on this nationally-renowned ranking. To see the full list, please click here.
The long-running Business Superbrands annual survey has been identifying the UK’s leading business-to-business brands since 2001. The ...
The Bracknell Regeneration Partnership (“BRP”), a 50:50 Joint Venture between Legal & General Capital (“LGC”) and Schroder UK Property Fund (“SPF”), together with Bracknell Forest Council (“BFC”), announced that Mace has been appointed as the main contractor on the £200 million regeneration of Bracknell town centre.
Construction workers will be on site in late March, carrying out ...
The new Birmingham New Street station and Grand Central shopping centre are a step closer to completion after demolition work to create the new atrium came to an end.
More than 6,000 tonnes of concrete has been removed from under the new atrium allowing natural light to flood the new concourse for the first time.
The atrium was created using a bespoke JCB machine - fondly known as the ...
Como, the dedicated commercial office fit out provider, under parent company Mace, has successfully completed two simultaneous fit-out projects for copyright society PRS for Music, in London at new premises in King’s Cross and at their existing offices in Streatham.
At Two Pancras Square, located within the highly prestigious King’s Cross Central development, Como delivered a ...
We are an international consultancy and construction company providing integrated services across the full property life cycle.
We are expanding in sub-Saharan Africa and are looking for people with entrepreneurial spirit to join us and help us to find a better way to deliver Africa’s built environment.
If you decide join us, you have the chance to be part of a fast-paced, dynamic company ...
International consultancy and construction company, Mace has appointed Richard Shaw as operations director for the public sector in Yorkshire and the north east. Richard is bringing a wealth of public sector experience and expertise to Mace, with a particular focus in healthcare, and a strong network of contacts from his work in the region.
Richard joins Mace from EC Harris, where he led ...
Mace has successfully handed over new premises to Origin Energy.
In December 2013 Mace was appointed by Origin Energy, a top 20 ASX listed company and one of Australia’s leading integrated energy companies, to provide project management services for the refurbishment of their offices in 1 King William Street, Adelaide. A major challenge hit the project in May 2014 when a late decision was made ...
As part of our work to promote diversity within Mace and across the industry, Mace has signed up to support UK Employment Minster, Esther McVey’s campaign encouraging more women to consider careers in industries such as science, engineering and sport.
The campaign, entitled #notjustforboys, will showcase the backgrounds of women in today’s workplaces across a variety of sectors and ...
International facilities management company Macro has appointed Richard Hayes as Managing Director of North America.
Richard, who will be based in New York, was previously a Senior Operations Executive at integrated facilities provider firm ABM Industries, where he was recognised for his business development capabilities, organically growing several portfolios. He joined ABM in 2009 as Vice ...
As part of our work to promote diversity within Mace and contribute to the wider agenda across the industry, Mace has recently signed up as a corporate member of WISE (Women in Science and Engineering). This membership brings with it a range of benefits to Mace people in terms of networking, training and speaking opportunities, as well as corporate opportunities to share best practice ...
Meet Mace at MIPIM, 10 – 13 March 2015, Cannes
This year we are celebrating our 25th anniversary at MIPIM. For 25 years our adventurous spirit has driven us to do better, to push for more, to improve the world and to move the industry forward. As MIPIM is the world's leading real estate event what better place to celebrate in style?
Visit us at C15, at the London Stand.
To find out more ...
As Mace continues its big growth plans and a goal of 7,000 employees by 2020, Infrastructure Intelligence's Antony Oliver has spoken to our Chief Operating Officer of major programmes and infrastructure, Jason Millett, about the opportunities and challenges ahead. An excerpt of the article is below:
Preparing for a bright future
Twenty five years ago five professionals set up a new ...
Monday, 2 February, marked the close of the Airports Commission's public consultation on the three short-listed options for airports expansion in London and the South East. As Mace is part of the Let Britain Fly campaign, our CEO, Mark Reynolds, has given his views to Infrastructure Intelligence on what the next steps should be and urges the Government to take action. An excerpt of the ...
Mace has published its first ever Tender Cost Update for the South Africa market, finding that while its economy struggles to keep up with other emerging nations, construction activity remains a key focus.
Mace research has found that South Africa’s economy is experiencing a falling growth rate and that the region’s strict monetary policy, regular labour strikes and power failures are ...
Mace has published its Tender Cost Update for Europe, reporting that with the continuous slowdown of the European economy, the construction market is expected to remain flat. To read the full report, please click here.
After what appeared to be a recovery phase in the first quarter of 2014, Mace is now reporting a significant slowdown in the European economy. Q3 2014 reported just 0.8% ...
Mace has published its Tender Cost Update for the US market, predicting solid growth in construction activity, generated by the strengthening US economy. To read the full report, please click here.
In the update, Mace provides the latest growth figures for the third quarter of 2014, indicating that the US economy grew by a staggering 5% compared to the same period in the previous year, ...