Welcome to Mace Dragados Opportunities Portal
HS2 is a new high-speed railway linking up London, the Midlands, the North and Scotland, serving over 25 stations, including eight of Britain’s 10 largest cities and connecting around 30 million people.
The brand-new terminus station in Euston, London, is being built by Mace Dragados Joint Venture (MDjv), HS2’s appointed Construction Partner. Together, we are part of a wider Integrated Project Team (IPT) responsible for designing, planning, preparing and constructing the station.
In 2021, we were also appointed as Construction Partner for Birmingham’s state-of-the-art HS2 Curzon Street Station. This means we are responsible for delivering both HS2 Phase 1 terminus stations, further establishing us as a critical partner in the HS2 Ltd. supply chain.
Mace is a global company of experts in shaping the built environment. It provides development, consulting, construction, and operations services for many of the world’s most inspiring building and infrastructure projects and programmes – from Olympic parks and iconic skyscrapers to state-of-the-art data centres, schools, hospitals and homes.
Mace is driven by its purpose to redefine the boundaries of ambition, and its vision of leading the way to a more connected, resilient and sustainable world.
Find out more about Mace and its track record in delivering major infrastructure around the globe at www.macegroup.com.
Dragados is the culmination of a strong entrepreneurial spirit, created over 80 years of activity, during which thousands of people have joined efforts to shape one of the largest and most influential companies in the construction industry worldwide.
Dragados specialises in studying, designing, and executing every kind of civil infrastructure or construction scheme, paying particular attention to those projects that are unique in their technical complexity, construction process, scale or degree of specialisation.
As an internationally leading company, one of Dragados’ primary goals is to source its workforce and supply chain as locally as possible, favouring the exchange of knowledge, and the transfer of technology that aids economic growth and contributes to social well-being. For more information, visit: https://www.dragados.co.uk