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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:
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Stace are delighted to announce that we have retained our position as a Top 40 consultancy, and are the 4th largest UK SME, as ranked by Building.
Each year, Building (subscription required) surveys around 250 consultancies, requesting levels of chartered staff, breakdown across disciplines and annual turnover. This data provides a snapshot of the UK construction and property industry and the consultancy sector.
Offering a snapshot of the industry, the partnership is pleased that our position continues to showcase us as a leading consultancy in the UK and recognises the success of our team of dedicated professionals, who continue to excel in the industry.
Partner, Gareth Sinnamon commented:
“Wider market conditions continue to be uncertain. However, our focus on delivering a market-leading service continues to ensure healthy growth for Stace. Each year our position in the table continues to strengthen, and we’re delighted that this year is no different, as we retain our position as a Top 40 consultancy. Our people – and their continued successful delivery of leading projects across the UK – are at the heart of our business. Next year Stace turns 60, and we are excited and ready for our future. ”
To see the article in full, visit the building website (subscription required).
Partner, James Darbyshire, Associate, Keith Cramphorn and Alex Gilbert recently attended the reopening ceremony of the Mitsubishi Corporation Japanese Galleries at The British Museum.
Stace were appointed in September 2016 to deliver Cost Management services for The British Museum for The Japanese Galleries, with the project requiring a full refurbishment. Stace were actively involved from conception …
Stace were delighted to present this year’s Stace Project Management Prizes to two students from University College London. The recipients from the university were students Nyshall Gopal and Nubar Manukayn.
The prestigious prizes are awarded to second and third year students who have received leading results across their studies in Project Management for Construction at The …
Stace are delighted to report that a planning application for 50 High Street, Sheffield has received approval from Sheffield City Council.
The scheme, which is being delivered by Tellon Capital, will see the delivery of a new student accommodation scheme at the heart of Sheffield City Centre.
A former department store, the scheme will deliver 330 beds …
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 …
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