Acies is pleased to announce that our London office is moving to Mayfair – 11 Bruton Street, to be exact. Over four years since we opened a London office, we have been involved in prestigious projects all over the capital and home counties, from 23 King Street, St James for Standard Life, to providing temporary …
Acies is proud to announce that Project Engineer, Lewis Williams, based in our Cheshire office, has been successful in this year’s IStructE Examination, and has achieved Chartered Engineer status.
Acies Group is on the move.
Lewis Williams – a graduate engineer based in our Manchester office – is submitting a show garden design into this year’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS not to be confused with Rolled Hollow Section) Young Designer of the Year competition. The competition is run annually and three winning entrants win the opportunity to build their show …
We are pleased to announce two new Associates for the New Year – Joey Jones and Tom Walker, both based at our Manchester office, are promoted to Associate with effect from 1 January.
Acies’ new London office is now up and running at Adam House, 1 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 5HE. Partner in charge of the office, Mike Rudd, said “We are delighted to expand our operations by having a central London presence.
Acies is delighted to be sponsoring Emma Kuntze and Jon Nice this summer, as they undertake a 1500km bike ride from Germany to Pula in Croatia.
Acies is delighted to report that one of its recent Edinburgh office structural engineering projects has been selected for a prestigious BCO Regional Award in Scotland.
“The state of the Liverpool property and construction markets and how the credit crunch and interest rates have affected the economy?” Mike Rudd – Partner Acies
Property and construction consultancy Acies has announced its new appointment as civil and structural engineers for the £15m redevelopment of Digbeth Coach Station.