Mace appointed on £500m One Crown Place schemeSubscription
Mace has been appointed as contractor on One Crown Place, a £500m mixed-use scheme on the edge of the City of London.
Mace clinched its first monthly league crown since September 2016 after finally signing the deal to deliver the £400m ‘Gotham City’ scheme in central London.
Mace has been appointed as the development partner by Stevenage Borough Council for its £350m regeneration of the town centre.
Supply chain squeeze to push up tender prices Subscription
Tender prices will rise in 2018 as the supply chain can no longer absorb rising input costs, according to Mace’s cost consultancy arm.
Kier bagged 38 deals in December to top the contractor league for the second time in three months, the latest contract data has revealed.
Mace features and analysis
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.
The winners of the Construction Investing in Talent Awards 2017 have been revealed during a glittering ceremony at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
Stanhope’s multi-phased redevelopment of the former television centre has tasked Mace with retaining the site’s iconic question mark appearance.
In the war for talent, graduates can provide a welcome source of skills – and our six finalists have all shown how best to tap into that resource.
Our 10 finalists have all demonstrated the value in delivering strong learning and development programmes – both for individual employees and the wider business.
This week, Mace published a report that warned as many as 600,000 jobs in construction could be lost in the next 20 years due to technological advances such as robotics, autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing.
These six finalists all stood out for their exceptional commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment for all of their employees.
These five outstanding individuals have supported their business to achieve positive outcomes for existing staff and find the right people for new vacancies.
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Civils contractors vote in favour of CITBSubscription
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