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 ...
Just six weeks since the Mayor of London officially launched the capital's newest mode of transport, more than 500,000 passengers have been taken over the River Thames.
On Sunday 5 August, the Emirates Air Line achieved a total of 500,000 passengers since it was launched. On that day alone over 26,000 passengers took a flight across the Thames. On average, since the start of the Olympics ...
From Tuesday 28 August 2012, Mace’s new global headquarters will be located at 155 Moorgate, London, EC2M 6XB. Relocating employees from five London offices into one building for the first time since 2006 is an exciting and significant milestone for Mace. It will strengthen delivery of the company’s integrated service offer and clients will benefit from knowledge and expertise being ...
Mace, Network Rail and Birmingham City Council (BCC) last week celebrated the success of the Birmingham Gateway Project in achieving half of its commitment to develop 100+ Apprenticeships over the duration of the redevelopment of New Street Station.
Mace Project Director Richard Thorpe, Chris Montgomery, Project Director for Network Rail and Council Leader, Sir Albert Bore, were joined by over ...
Chairman and CEO Stephen Pycroft has no problem with Mace being “catapulted into the limelight” as told to Building magazine in an exclusive interview published on Friday. The magazine’s front cover and feature of “The man who scaled The Shard”, is a fitting salute to the release of one of Mace’s most successful report and accounts to date.
Described as one of London’s top contractors, Mace ...
On Thursday 9 August, Mace Deputy CEO Mark Reynolds will join a select committee of leading industry professionals to discuss the construction and infrastructure industry and major works in London and the UK.
The breakfast briefing, hosted by London Business Network, will provide an opportunity for those working in the industry to meet and network with the people who have first-hand experience ...
Following the successful completion of the Emirates Air Line, the first urban cable car of its kind in the UK, Mace and a consortium of cable car specialists recently hosted two events to celebrate the milestones achieved on the iconic development which is helping to regenerate east London.
The events included a knowledge sharing seminar with attendees from all over the construction ...
In what has been one of its most significant years, international consultancy and construction company Mace has reported a 9% increase in turnover from £851m in 2010 to 2011 to £928m. This has set the company on track to reach its strategic target of £1bn turnover by the end of 2012 and deliver its five year plan, set last year, to grow turnover by 50% by 2015.
Chairman and Chief Executive ...
The data we collect tells the story of how 'Safety first. Second nature.' is helping to improve our health and safety performance. Here are some of the highlights.
2 : 34Mace was rated number two for health and safety performance in the recent UK Contractors Group (UKCG) survey report on 2011 accident statistics. We are proud members of this 34-strong group of the UK’s leading ...
Our recent 'Safety first. Second nature.' employee survey provided some very useful feedback on what our employees thought of the programme and what they would like to see in terms of improvement.
The good news is 81% or our employees are proud to be ambassadors of 'Safety first. Second nature.' and 75% of them agreed the focus on safety has improved over the last 12-months. However, there was ...
As the development of 'Safety first. Second nature.' gathers momentum, it is attracting interest from Mace projects and offices around the world.
This is very welcome – and, as a result, we will be developing some more formal ways of keeping our international teams up to date with the programme.
The improved structure of our 'Safety first. Second nature.' page on Infomace – the company's ...
Our fourth Supply Chain Managing Director's H&S Forum was a great success, with over 90 directors from Mace's supply chain attending the event at the Congress Centre in London in June 2012.
Mark Reynolds, Mace Deputy CEO opened up the forum with an update on the 2012 'Safety first. Second nature.' programme. Mark shared lessons learned from our four serious ‘near miss’ incidents in 2012. ...
In a letter published in the Daily Telegraph last week, Chairman and CEO Stephen Pycroft was one of 20 leading figures in the construction industry to call on the Government to use the construction industry to stimulate the economy.
The letter marks the start of a new campaign called Creating Britain’s Future, which is designed to highlight the importance of the construction sector to the UK ...