Delivering commercial property to clients is how Mace crafted its world class reputation. Around the world our projects have redefined the commercial market – setting new standards and creating long-standing relationships with our valued partners – and we’re only just getting started.
For more than 25 years we have provided beautiful commercial buildings in London, where we’ve been recognised as the top consultant and contractor for years. While our industry leading work includes large and complex projects such as Western Europe’s tallest tower, The Shard, Mace is equally adept at taking on small and complex projects like W5 Regent Street and grade A office facilities for 1-19 New Oxford Street; applying the same meticulous eye and cutting edge service to each and every client.
Not content with redefining the horizon at home, our commercial work has seen us deliver the prestigious Al Bahr Towers in Dubai, as well as the Saudi Arabian stock exchange building – Tadawul Tower. With client focus at the forefront of our commercial offering, our people have first hand experience across the entire property lifecycle, providing innovative solutions that reduce costs while simultaneously improving quality.
Our approachWe were founded on the belief that a transparent, collaborative approach would be of benefit to the construction industry as a whole. By sticking close to this vision, Mace has established itself as an industry leader, and we understand what it takes to guarantee a successful delivery.
From planning consultation and early design phase right through to the intricate details of site logistics, project management and construction, we are uniquely positioned to anticipate even the most complex of challenges on any commercial offices project, applying our expertise to check each scheme is delivered on time and within budget. Our strength is our expert teams who constantly drive value and innovation alongside a trusted supply chain located across the world. We apply these high standards to projects as diverse as the The Shard and the demolition and rebuild of 7-10 Hanover Square.