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Mace poaches Sweett director to lead on sustainability

Former Sweett Group director Isabel McAllister has left to join Mace to head up its sustainability consultancy, Construction News has learned.

Ms McAllister, who was a sustainability consultant at enironmental and engineering consultancy Entec before joining Mace where she held the role of director, is expected to start her position within the next fortnight.

She had joined Sweett (formerly Cyril Sweett) along with colleague Adam Mactavish where they helped establish an in-house sustainability arm for the project management and cost consultancy business.

Ms McAllister’s work has included advising regulators and funders such as the Investment Property Forum and BRE on the costs and benefits of implementing sustainability compliance.

Former head of sustainability with Mace, Georgina Perkins left Mace in 2011 and took a role as general manager for climate change and energy at Severn Trent Water.

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