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  • Creating a buzz at Television Centre

    Television Centre, the former home of the BBC at White City, is hosting a colony of busy honey bees on its roof as part of a sustainability initiative supported by Mace.

  • Mace appoints low carbon structural engineer to lead client carbon reduction targets

    Mace, the global consultancy and construction company, has appointed its first low carbon structural engineer, Jessica Lovell, to lead the organisation’s client carbon reduction target. Mace has pledged to reduce client carbon emissions by 1 million tonnes, as part of its 2026 business strategy and eliminating the use of diesel on all its sites by 2026.

  • Mace leverages carbon and social value credentials to secure £60m liquidity financing facilities

    Mace, one of the UK’s leading consultancy and construction businesses, has announced today that it has secured two ESG-linked liquidity financing facilities, worth a combined £60m, through two new agreements with BBVA, a major Spanish bank and JP Morgan, a leading US bank. The largest facility, worth £50m, has been enabled through the Export Development Guarantee (EDG) and supported by UK Export Finance (UKEF).

  • Mace appoints retrofit lead to create greener, safer places

    Mace, the international construction and consultancy company, today announced the appointment of Rachel O’Donnell as Consult Lead for Retrofit. The appointment reflects Mace’s commitment to tackle the climate emergency and the building safety crisis as it supports clients pursue a more sustainable world.

  • Mace to transform former BT HQ into Net Zero Carbon office

    Mace, the international consultancy and construction company, has been appointed by a subsidiary of a fund sponsored by Orion Capital Managers, to transform and extend Panorama St Paul’s, the former BT HQ at 81 Newgate Street.

  • Mace announces new Global Head of Responsible Business

    Mace has appointed a new responsible business lead who will take up the reins later this year.