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Reaching new heights on the South Bank
Birmingham New Street station refurbishment
Breathing new life into New Street
Bexley Civic Centre
Breathing new life into Bexley
Enhancing a London icon
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Award winning theatre transformation the Bard himself would be proud of
British Museum Great Court and the World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre
Making history future-proof
Contracts worth £19 million have been awarded for the first of the major facilities for the National Satellite Test Facility (NSTF) which is to be built and operated by the Science & Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) RAL Space on behalf of the UK government.
Mace, the international consultancy and construction company, has completed the exterior of The National Satellite Test Facility (NSTF), reaching another major build milestone in the process of becoming the UK’s first co-located set of space test facilities.
Mace, the international consultancy and construction company, is pleased to announce the next phase of succession for its construction business as Mark Castle steps down from his role as Chief Operations Officer for Construction on the Group Executive Board. Andrew Jackson will be appointed as the new Chief Operations Officer for Construction.
Mace, the international construction and consultancy company, has successfully completed the concrete structure for the new advanced imaging centre known as the Extreme Photonics Applications Centre (EPAC) on behalf of the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).
Last week saw three women from Mace recognised for their high standard of performance and delivery for clients at the European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards. The aim of the awards is to make the construction and engineering professions more enticing to women and to create role models for women considering a career in these sectors, while encouraging companies to employ and train more women in these industries.
Construction of the first all-through school in Bracknell Forest was marked on Friday 4 November in a ground breaking ceremony on the site of the new school.