Mace, a London-based consultancy and construction company, has been appointed as construction manager for the 26-storey residential tower, known as Shard Place, near London Bridge Station in the UK.
Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) has appointed Mace as the construction manager for the second phase of the Battersea Power Station development in London, UK.
Construction has been completed on Bristol Business School (BBS) and Bristol Law School (BLS) at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol).
US-based engineering firm Aecom has been selected by Highways England to offer technical support in the detailed design and planning application process for the £1.4bn A303 Stonehenge scheme in the UK.
Construction firm Mace has been selected as the main contractor by developer Lodha UK for a £140M redevelopment of the former Canadian High Commission building site in Mayfair, London.
UK-based construction and consultancy firm Mace has been appointed by AlloyMtd Group to provide pre-construction services for the redevelopment of One Crown Place in East London, UK.
Oxfordshire’s Vale of White Horse Planning Committee has approved Mace’s planning application to redevelop the former West Way shopping centre in Botley, Oxford, UK.The project, called West Way Place, is set to become a mixed-use retail centre, which will include 140 new homes, a 122-bed Premier Inn, 321 car parking spaces and a 1,325sq m Co-Op store.The development will also involve the construction of 262 university-related student rooms, a new Baptist church, and a new community centre incorporating a public library.Mace’s development director Huw Griffiths said: ‘The West Way Place planning consent is a genuinely community-led proposal shaped by an eight month public consultation which included four meetings of a Community Liaison Group, a series of Community Workshops and a public exhibition. “This consultation enabled community views to be fed into the proposals, guiding the plans at every stage of the design process. “We are particularly pleased that development at West Way Place will be phased so retailers will be able to continue trading throughout the redevelopment. “Mace are proposing a direct let leasing model for the student accommodation but also have interest from Oxford’s two Universities. Retail tenants will include a mix of new and existing tenants.”