Extraordinary mega malls. Awe-inspiring entertainment venues. Vibrant integrated resorts.
Leisure developments are vital features of a community - iconic buildings that offer a real sense of destination. And from record-breaking observation wheels like the Coca-Cola London Eye, to luxury tourism destinations in the Middle East and integrated resorts in Southeast Asia, Mace has an ever-expanding global footprint in the sector.
While leisure facilities must appeal to the communities in which they reside, they must also be cost-effective to develop and maintain. That’s why at Mace, we leverage unrivalled regional expertise and global best practice in project and programme delivery to create places that transform, boost economic growth, and leave a memorable impact.
Building trust, understanding the pace at which business is conducted, and fostering strong relationships with contractors are cornerstones of success in each of Mace’s regional hubs. And so we’ve worked with clients on successful development and refurbishment projects, of all sizes, values and complexity.
We support the industry across the globe, helping the sector to grow and improve. Our observation wheels are feats of innovative engineering, setting new standards in safety during both use and construction. While our integrated resorts are more than just gaming facilities - they are complex, high-end and large-scale developments that turn into destinations, bringing different experiences together for people from around the world.
Our team provides a wide range of fully integrated project and programme management services and as these services expand at pace, we continue to improve leisure infrastructure and frameworks worldwide - delivering distinctive value on some of the world’s most technical programmes of work.
We are constantly learning and sharing the knowledge we gain across both the leisure sector and the others in which we work. We innovate and explore new ways of delivering transformation. Offering our support as a large organisation with international best practice in innovation, health and safety and sustainability. Setting the right objectives from the beginning and managing the different stages of the project by integrating all of the above. Pre-emptive problem-solving. Unconventional thinking. Redefining leisure ambitions.
Andrew JonesDirector for Major Projects, Construction, UKEmail