Updated: Jun 27
Safer Highways has reached another milestone with the announcement of the 45th new member of 2021, with a new official partnership that sees the continuation of existing working relationships and friendships.
News that international consultancy and construction company, Mace, has become a Safer Highways member, marks the extension of already successful working relationships between Safer Highways Chief Executive Kevin Robinson and new member of the Mace highways team, Lizz Robinson.
Mace is a global company of experts who provide development, consulting, construction and operations services for many of the world’s most inspiring infrastructure and building projects and programmes.
Mace’s Transportation division works across the highways, rail and ports sectors, while the company also has a global aviation consultancy team.
Recent transportation projects Mace can put its name to include the largest new British road scheme in a generation, the £1.5bn A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon improvement scheme, the nationally significant A303 Stonehenge project, the upgrading four of London's oldest underground lines, and the transformation of Birmingham New Street station.
Lizz Robinson, Highways Operations Director at Mace, said “Mace has helped to deliver some of the UK’s largest road schemes. Through this experience, we’re all too aware that . Health, safety and wellbeing is firmly ingrained in Mace’s philosophy; we’re driven by our ‘Safety first’ value, which makes clear that our employees and supply chain should go home safe and well at the end of every day. Becoming a Safer Highways member is a clear signal of our intent to continue pursuing a better way in the health and safety space within the highways sector and I’m looking forwards to continuing my own journey too.”
Speaking about Mace joining as members, Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive of Safer Highways said: “I am pleased to welcome Mace as our 45th member since the start of the year, a milestone myself and the team at Safer Highways are incredibly proud of. Mace is another global brand with a huge reputation of delivering efficient and effective projects safely and with close consideration to health, safety and wellbeing of its workers and road users. I am also delighted to continue my working relationship and friendship with Lizz, who has been a long-time supporter of Safer Highways, its vision and our growing list of programmes that are making a difference in the sector.”