Macro sees upturn in annual turnover of 19%

15 June 2016 | Herpreet Kaur Grewal

Macro’s parent company Mace has reported its 2015 figures, which see the company increasing its annual turnover by 19 per cent to £1.77 billion with a pre-tax profit of £36.2 million.


This is Mace’s 25th consecutive year of growth. The company saw a substantial growth of its infrastructure business, winning a number of major programmes that helped to secure its long-term future, including National Grid, TfL, Highways England, and Dubai Expo 2020.


The business’s other key deals include the redevelopment of the London School of Economics in the heart of the capital, Macro’s three-year contract with Umm Al Emarat Park (formerly known as Mushrif Central Park) in Abu Dhabi, and Como’s appointment to the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth. Work also got under way in Vietnam on Landmark 81, which is set to be the country’s tallest building at 462 metres.


The 2015 results show that Macro has increased its turnover by 3 per cent to £93 million – £3 million higher than in 2014.


Macro’s managing director for UK, Europe and North America, Ross Abbate, said: “Over the past year Macro has won new commissions across our sectors and markets and extended contracts with existing clients, including our work with global software provider Citrix, where we mobilised three further offices as part of their three-year contract.”

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