CYMRU | WALES
Through ACE Cymru Wales we champion Welsh infrastructure. The local group works closely with Government Ministers, the Welsh Government and the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales, applying pressure for greater investment, but also acts as a trusted adviser to key clients and representatives in Cardiff.
Our group’s members have worked hard to nurture these relationships in recent years, providing a platform to share our collective expertise and knowledge with local politicians and civil servants. As the Welsh Assembly gains more powers, we will continue to help it make informed decisions on local infrastructure.
While significant projects like the New M4 around Newport and Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon may steal the limelight, but there are huge opportunities for infrastructure across transport, energy, water, environment, education, health service, digital connectivity and housing projects.
ACE Cymru Wales will continue to make the case loud and clear that infrastructure is a key economic driver and is vital for Wales to realise its full potential.
The group meets monthly and companies interested in attending should contact our regional manager, Simon Shouler.
Members include representatives of the following ACE member companies: AECOM, Amey, Arup, Arcadis, Burroughs, Cass Hayward, Mott MacDonald, Ramboll, Stantec, Tony Gee, WSP and many SMEs.
The Chair is Piers Burroughs of Burroughs.
New Wales Transport Strategy
ACE Wales responds to Llwybr Newydd.
Slides from our webinar Virtual Consultation with Arup.
Unlocking a low carbon hydrogen economy
Slides from our webinar with John Egan, Progressive Energy on HyNet North West.
ACE's submission to Government departments.
National infrastructure and construction procurement pipeline 2020/21
Detailed briefing on the IPA's analysis.
Wales Committee Meeting Minutes April 2020
Presentation - Welsh Highways Conference 2020
ACE CYMRU | Wales discuss delivering better value by design.
Brexit Briefing - Brexit and the devolved nations
ACE analysis of what Brexit means for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.