Stace is an independent, multi-disciplinary construction and property consultancy that goes further to understand and interpret our clients’ needs.
Whether we are acting for our clients in Project Management, Cost Management, Building Surveying or Health & Safety, we bring the same distinctive level of professional dedication. Our five areas of expertise are:
Stace have extensive experience within a range of sectors:
Stace are proud to play a part in the construction of many great projects:
Carolyn House, Croydon has reached the topping out milestone.
A £32.5 million major mixed-use redevelopment project for HSBC Pension Fund with contractors, JJ Rhatigan and developers, LaSalle is on schedule for completion in mid-2019.
The scheme involves taking an existing 1960’s office block back to its bare concrete frame, removing rooftop plant rooms to enable it to be refitted and vertically extended 6 storeys to total 23 storeys, to provide 183 serviced apartments, broken down into 79 1-bed, 103 2-bed and 1 3-bed apartments.
The scheme also provides for 2 commercial units at ground floor and rooftop gardens and amenity space for the residents.
Stace are providing Employer’s Agent and Cost Management services to the project.
Fraser Lodge was built in the early 1990s to provide ancillary accommodation for St John’s Lodge, located in the inner circle of London’s Regent’s Park.
Stace were appointed in a Cost Management capacity for alteration and refurbishment works to the existing residential property, and adjacent ground keepers flat. We are pleased to announce that works have …
Another successful handover for Wembley, as NW01's Block E completes.
Part of Wembley's wider regeneration scheme, NW01 will offer 475 apartments to the residential market. Set within 7 linked blocks of between 5 - 16 storeys, the apartments surround a landscaped raised podium courtyard, which sits above the sub-level car park.
We’re pleased to announce that …
Named after the pioneering Sir John Bradshaw, today Stace attended the Topping Out Ceremony for Trinity College's latest technology centre.
Based on the site of Building 184, the John Bradshaw Centre (designed by Aukett Swanke Architects) will offer a total floor area of 40,000ft², across three storeys. Primarily devoted to lab space, the centre will also …
Works are on-site to provide Harlow Rugby Club with a brand new home for 2017.
The club will move from their current ground at Ram Gorse, built in 1955, to a new state of the art facility at Latton Farm. The new grounds will include 4 adult pitches, 2 mini pitches and a two-storey clubhouse, which …