Through ACE Scotland we champion local infrastructure to the Scottish Parliament, not only acting as a pressure group for greater investment, but also as a trusted adviser to representatives at Holyrood.
As seen in recent years, Scotland’s proactive government has huge ambitions for the economic independence of the country. Our ACE Scotland group mirrors this political enthusiasm and constructively engages all parties in Holyrood to ensure infrastructure remains a key component of the nation’s plans for economic prosperity.
Given Scotland’s geography there are huge opportunities for renewable energy production and transport improvements across road, rail and sea.
ACE Scotland will need to continue to make the case loud and clear for infrastructure north of the border to see these projects through to completion.
The group meets quarterly and companies interested in attending are encouraged to contact our Director of Membership & Business Business Engagement Darrell Matthews. Members include representatives of the following ACE member companies and affiliates: AECOM, Arup, Dougall Baillie Associates, Brodies, ENV Consulting Engineers, Fairhurst, Jacobs, Goodson Associates, Hurley Palmer Flatt, Allen Gordon, Huq Consulting, Millard Consulting, David Narro Associates, Prime Structural Solutions, Rybka and WSP.
The Chair is Mark Arthur of Hurley Palmer Flatt.
ACE's submission to Government departments.
Blueprint for our Industry response
ACE Scotland response to CICV Forum consultation (updated 23/06).
National infrastructure and construction procurement pipeline 2020/21
Detailed member-only briefing on the IPA's analysis of the upcoming public sector pipeline.
Scottish Briefing - A blueprint for Scotland
Analysis of Infrastructure Commission for Scotland's report.
Digital Scotland Strategy
ACE responds to the Scottish Executive's consultation.
Brexit Briefing - Brexit and the devolved nations
ACE analysis of what Brexit means for Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Scotland Manifesto 2016
ACE's manifesto for Scottish infrastructure.