Two more ex-Carillion leaders join MaceSubscription
Mace has brought in two former Carillion leaders to support its push to win more work in the North of England.
Mace wins £90m theatre job in Tunbridge WellsSubscription
Mace has won the contract to build a £90m theatre and civic centre in Tunbridge Wells.
Former Carillion chief operating officer Andy Jones has joined Mace as part of a management overhaul of the contractor’s construction business.
Exclusive: Mace is paying around £100,000 a month to cover the cost of extra fire safety measures introduced following the discovery of Grenfell-style cladding on one of its London developments, Construction News can reveal.
Mace scoops work on Stratford's East BankSubscription
Mace has scooped a contract to serve as project manager on the East Bank development in Stratford.
Mace features and analysis
Fresh data and political investigations are shedding more and more light on the impact Brexit is having and will have on skills shortages.
Overseeing the Royal Free Hospital’s A&E refurbishment has required Mace to co-ordinate closely with staff as work takes place yards from open heart surgeries.
East Africa is growing at the fastest rate of any region on the continent. If contractors can tolerate slow-moving bureaucracy, they won’t be short of opportunities.
British Land is leading a £4bn transformation of Canada Water. Project mastermind Roger Madelin takes CN around a site that is catching the eye of industry heavyweights.
You wouldn’t know it from the way we talk about our roads and our trains, but Britain is a global leader in infrastructure delivery.
Construction officially has the worst gender pay gap of any UK industry. Binyamin Ali examines the figures for the 10 biggest contractors and looks at what needs to be done.
“If you are not excited by what you see today, you might want to change careers,” Mace tells assembled students.
The contractor top 50 increased more than 20 per cent year on year in February as Mace signed a single £400m deal to claim first place in the monthly league.
The Middle East is a notoriously hard market with a bad reputation for late and lack of payment. But with billion-pound mega-projects on offer, can the risks prove worthwhile? Lucy Alderson investigates.
The total cost and all the reasons for the collapse of Carillion won’t be truly understood for some time – but what is clear is that it’s a landmark moment for our industry.
Kier topped the contractor table for the second time in three months as the festive slowdown dragged overall wins to their second lowest total of 2017.
The contract-win top 50 stabilised in November as industrial specialist Winvic took its first league victory on record.
Political uncertainty has blighted the Northern Powerhouse in 2017, yet positive signs remain. As the year draws to a close, CN asks those leading the agenda to assess its prospects.
The next 12 months will be a year of transition and change for the aviation sector, particularly in the UK.
CN’s most-read comment pieces covered some of the year’s biggest talking points, including Grenfell, mental health and diversity.
Stadiums, towers and listed refurbs – the 10 schemes worth keeping a close eye on as 2018 unfolds.
CITA 2017 winners revealedSubscription
Landsec pinches Mace associate director Subscription
Mace poaches Aecom stalwart to lead aviation unit Subscription
Civils contractors vote in favour of CITBSubscription
Winners named on £420m consultancy frameworkSubscription
Shed specialist tops November contractor leagueSubscription
Mace and Morgan Sindall reveal boardroom changesSubscription
Mace acquires stake in East African QS firmSubscription
HS2 appoints former Mace exec to lead phase two Subscription