Through ACE Northern Ireland we champion local infrastructure to the Northern Ireland Assembly, not only acting as a pressure group for greater investment, but also as a trusted adviser to representatives in Stormont.
ACE Northern Ireland has nurtured strong relationships across the political spectrum for a number of years. Our in-depth understanding of the local political environment and the role that infrastructure can play in delivering economic growth and linking communities, ensures we have maintained our role as a trusted adviser, despite recent political uncertainty.
There are huge opportunities for infrastructure in the area and major investments for road, rail, and health projects are needed across the country.
ACE Northern Ireland will continue to make the case loud and clear for infrastructure to the decision makers in Stormont.
The group meets quarterly and companies interested in attending are encouraged to contact our regional manager, Bill Taylor.
Committee members include representatives of the following ACE member companies: AECOM, ARUP, Atkins, Capita, Delap and Waller, JCP Consulting, McAdam Design, Mott MacDonald, OSC, RPS, Troup Bywaters + Anderson, and WSP.
The Chair is Paul Johnston of Arup.
Re-imagining Public Realm - A Belfast case study
Slides from our webinar with Chris McCracken of Linen Quarter BID.
Net Zero: A guide for SMEs working in the built environment in Northern Ireland
Guide for ACE and EIC members working in Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland Climate Change Bill Consultation
ACE Northern Ireland responds to key consultation.
Living with Water Programme
Slides from our webinar with Paddy Brow of Northern Ireland Water.
Building a Scottish Hydrogen Economy
Slides from our webinar with Clare Lavelle and David Hogg of Arup.
ACE's submission to Government departments.
National infrastructure and construction procurement pipeline 2020/21
Detailed briefing on the IPA's analysis.
Revised Mean Narrow Average Wording
NICGCPD Services Sub Group wording around "revised mean narrow average".
Construction Industry Forum for Northern Ireland
Initial proposals and update report for improving the procurement of construction professional s…
Brexit Briefing - Brexit and the devolved nations
ACE analysis of what Brexit means for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.