Centred on Birmingham, the ‘Midlands engine room’ also includes economic hubs in Nottingham, Leicester and Coventry.
ACE’s Midlands group provides its members with the opportunity to engage across the region to highlight the area’s infrastructure needs.
While the arrival of the first phase of HS2 will ensure that the region is better connected to both London and the North West, there are additional opportunities for more infrastructure investment across the region – notably in housing and transport.
The group forms a body of unrivalled knowledge which can help cities and the region positively make the case for more infrastructure.
The group meets quarterly and includes representatives of the following ACE member companies: AECOM, Amey, Arup, Tony Gee, Gleeds, Nicholas O'Dwyer, Waterman, WYG and WSP.
The Chair is Ruth Jeffs of Waterman.
Levelling up: Five Principles for Success
Turning political ambitions around levelling up into tangible reality.
Integrated Rail Plan
Exploring the major rail strategy for the North and Midlands.
Open letter - West Midlands CA elections
Open letter to the candidates in the West Midlands CA mayoral election.
Road to Net Zero
Slides from the webinar organised by ACE Emerging Professionals Midlands.
ACE's submission to Government departments.
National infrastructure and construction procurement pipeline 2020/21
Detailed briefing on the IPA's analysis.