Corporate Structure

Corporate structure

ACE’s corporate structure supports the organisation's core remit of promoting the industry and giving a powerful voice to its members. Details of ACE's board, advisory board, regional and sector groups and committees and task forces are listed below.


The ACE Board is responsible for the key strategic direction and corporate development of the organisation. The board meets four times a year and is representative of ACE’s membership by size, geographic location and consultancy type. Current members of the board are listed here

Advisory board

ACE's advisory board guides the board on strategic matters and provides ACE with political and industry connections. The group consists of highly positioned individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and meets twice a year. Current members of the advisory board are listed here

Regional groups

ACE’s regional groups across the UK provide local members with a networking point and help to ensure the sharing of regional best practice. Established groups cover Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Northern, North West, Midlands and London and the South East. Further details on ACE's regions are listed here

Sector interest groups

ACE's sector interest groups were created to establish opinion and policy on various issues including legal, environmental, transport, procurement and best practice issues. The groups cover transportation, buildings (private and public), utilities, construction and project management, sustainability and procurement (PPP/PFI). The current Sector Interest groups are listed here

Committees and task forces

ACE’s committees provide operational advice on finance, membership and legal matters while specially created task forces focus on stakeholder and member relations, human resources, marketing and public affairs, benchmarking and best practice.