Best Contractor of the Year (over £500m turnover): Winner


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Winner: Mace Mace said the pandemic experiences over the past 18 months have seen him emerge as a more confident and resilient company, driven by purpose and with clear plans to shape its future. “Our response to the changing world has been to redefine ourselves, think about the way we do business, make major changes and lead the industry in adopting a new way of working,” the company said. “Mace has clearly demonstrated the big strides she has already taken to achieve his vision for a sustainable building industry,” judges comment In January 2020, Mace committed to reaching net carbon emissions and, by December, had achieved that goal, switching to offsetting only after cutting carbon dioxide emissions in half. From 26,000 tons to 13,000 tons. It said it got 71 percent of its global energy from renewables, banned diesel generators from its sites and reduced other types of diesel consumption to achieve a 40 percent reduction. It also started its first project to not use diesel fuel and pledged to not use fuel by 2026. With the goal of zero waste in the landfill, it said it has achieved 99.2 percent of this goal, and it also became one of the first signatories to the agreement. SteelZero is committed to purchasing and employing only net steel by 2050. Mace has also set targets for investment in research and development, with a goal of investing at least £300 million in research and development by 2026. The company said its Mace Tech business has already developed a “complete manufacturing and assembly approach.” Digitally Driven Offsite” for a high-rise project in Stratford, comprising facade and structural components. The company also secured Innovate UK funding to develop long-term frames, allowing off-site technologies across a wider range of building types with the use of low-carbon concrete and steel, which it said would reduce embodied carbon by 75 per cent. The CN Awards judges said Mace displayed a “clear vision and strategy” that focused on her responsibility as a prime contractor “to drive innovation, luxury and sustainability.” Our judges added: “From achieving net-zero carbon emissions in 2020 to its goal of 90 per cent off-site manufacturing by 2026, Mace has clearly demonstrated the significant strides it has already taken to achieve its vision for a sustainable construction industry.” Other Finalists Graham ISG John Sisk & Son NG Bailey Robertson This category is sponsored by Crewit Resourcing


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