Cost consultancy | Mace

Bespoke cost consultancy services in Africa

In response to client and local market demands, Mace has acquired substantial stakes in two regional cost consultancy businesses, combining local market knowledge with Mace’s international expertise.

In South Africa, MMQSMace is providing a unique capability to our clients, combining local cost management experience with additional services such as project and programme management. We operate across a range of sectors for clients including infrastructure, mining, student accommodation and financial services, providing clients with strategic advice on how to take projects forward.

In Kenya and across East Africa, MaceYMR is helping clients navigate an ever changing and complex business environment, providing strategic advice across a range of services, from commercial management, risk, project management to sustainability and health and safety. We also operate seamlessly across sectors, from infrastructure to residential, commercial to education.

Building surveying

Our Cost Consultancy team includes building surveyor specialists who provide professional advice on construction and property related matters throughout an estates’ lifecycle.

Our close working relationship with our cost consultants, designers, project managers and contractors enable our building surveyors to provide the most comprehensive market leading advice to clients. 

We work for all sectors within the UK that include private, contractors, developers and other client-bodies, central and local government. This work spans across commercial, industrial, residential, leisure, education and healthcare.

We aim to provide sound, bespoke advice, enabling our clients to make confident informed decisions on all technical aspects of acquisition, development, ownership, occupation and disposal of assets through tailored report formats. 

Our key services include:

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