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ACE News

14 MAY 2018


New group to focus on sharing best-practice looking for members

A new group has been formed to help ACE share best-practice across its membership base with Andy Dunn of Jacobs agreeing to become the first group chair.

The group will meet four times a year in London, although members will be able to participate remotely, if necessary.

The objectives of the group are to: 

  • Develop business tools and guidance notes for members and wider industry stakeholders
  • Develop risk management processes for the benefits of members
  • Champion and encourage the roll-out of reverse mentoring across the industry
  • Oversee the development and implementation of appropriate quality management and business integrity systems for members
  • Oversee overall business improvement initiatives for the benefit of members and wider industry stakeholders
  • Champion the development and execution of ACE Diversity and Inclusion initiative including collaboration with wider industry
  • Oversee and coordinate ACE contributions to representative organisations such as Construction Industry Council (CIC), Construction Leadership Council (CLC) and Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
  • Coordinate and manage ACE contributions to Industry Standards including BSI
  • Monitor and ensure effective implementation of ACE Code of Business Practice and lessons learned from cases.

It is hoped that members will have a broad experience of management of consultancy & engineering services, a balanced experience on business operational managements system, compliance and procedures and will serve for a minimum of 2 years.

Those interested in joining the Group can contact ACE Membership Development Officer, Mimi Tambi.