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ACE News

12 OCT 2021


We share how ACE has been delivering for members.

ACE will be writing to all members soon outlining the renewals process for 2022. To help ACE articulate how we add value to members, we have created Working For You.

The document explores how we supported members throughout the pandemic, how we’re helping them to build back better, shaping our industry’s future, and creating opportunities for growth.

Laurence Brett, interim CEO at ACE said: “While recent times have been challenging for many, ACE has been by your side helping you and your people navigate the unchartered waters. We thank you for your continued support and engagement. I’m sure everyone agrees that together we were stronger than one.”

“We’ve provided members with regular COVID-focused guidance on finance, redundancy, wellbeing, and test and trace. We have proactively championed our members interests through forums such as the Construction Leadership Council (CLC), helping to influence our industry’s response on issues such as furlough, loans, prompt payment, and contract disputes. This was also the case in our weekly calls with the Construction Minister and regular engagement with officials from across Whitehall."

Karis Thain, Head of Membership, groups and Scotland, added: “As we are now looking to the future, we’re focused on helping our members play their crucial part as society seeks to build back better. Wherever you are based, we are proactively engaging on your behalf, delivering recent member wins on key issues such as the Levelling Up Fund, the National Infrastructure Bank, the Construction Playbook and Consultancy Playbook, NSIP and, only last month, the Construction Pipeline.”

We are keen that all members are making the most of their membership. With this in mind, Karis and colleagues in the membership team are offering an engagement meeting to explore how your business and staff can make the most of membership. Simply email us to find out more and arrange a date and time.