Under the new set up, which will take effect from January, divisional chief executives will have greater autonomy to run the group’s key business streams: Develop, Consult, Construct and Operate.
As part of the shake-up chief operating officer for consultancy Mark Holmes is also promoted to the role of deputy chairman of Mace.
He will retain several of his current roles, including leadership of Mace’s people and responsible business boards, as well as continuing to support North America and Mace Macro.
New divisional chiefs
David Grover: CEO for Develop
Jason Millett: CEO for Consult
Gareth Lewis: CEO for Construct
Ross Abbate: CEO for Mace Macro, Mace’s Operate business.
Meanwhile Mark Castle current deputy COO for construction will become the division’s chief operating officer.
The divisions will have greater influence and control over their strategies, within the framework created by the group board.
Each leader and divisional board will be responsible for client relationships, service delivery and overall performance.
Mark Reynolds, Mace’s Chief Executive, said:”I am pleased to announce the creation of a number of new leadership roles at Mace alongside some changes to the composition of the group board.
“In particular, I would like to congratulate Mark Holmes on his promotion to deputy chairman of the group.
“Mace’s future relies on us being committed to our succession plans and driving strong and sustainable growth across our four ‘engines’; allowing our leadership teams to respond more quickly to the needs of our clients and colleagues.”