Mace targets growth through restructuring

Millett will work on the delivery of the remaining years of Mace’s 2026 Business Strategy, as well as leading the launch of ‘Vision 2030’. (Image source: Mace Group)

Mace Group, a global programme and project delivery consultant and construction expert, is undergoing changes to its structure as it attempts to focus on its core services and targets organic global growth

Mace Operate will now become an independent business under the name ‘Macro’ and the Group will now move from four ‘Engines for Growth’ to two – Consultancy and Construction. This will allow for greater focus and investment in growth in its core service offerings. 

The group has also announced it will appoint a new group deputy chief executive officer, Jason Millett, who currently serves as Mace’s CEO for Consultancy. Millett will begin the role in January 2024.

The new focus will enable the group to enhance its offering to clients and invest further in the group’s digital, net zero carbon and modern methods of construction capabilities; supporting a continued expansion across its four global hubs: UK & Europe, Asia Pacific, the Americas and Middle East and Africa.

Mark Reynolds, Mace’s chair and chief executive, remarked, “Mace’s core expertise has always been in delivering the complex and challenging projects and programmes that have shaped the last thirty years of our growth. 

“Our purpose – to redefine the boundaries ambition – challenges us to continue to push for transformational change in our industry and global growth – and with our new structure in place we’ll now be looking beyond the next few years to a step change in our scale and capabilities by 2030.

“Our ambition is to be the leading company of global programme and project delivery consultants and construction experts, and I look forward to working with Jason in his new role and the wider Mace team over the next few years to make that a reality.”