NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. — ACE Consulting Company has expanded its service offering by forming a parent company named The ACE Group (TAG). TAG is composed of five separate entities: ACE Consulting, ACE Training, ACE Government Services, ACE Construction and ACE Security Services.
During a time of unprecedented economic and social turmoil, TAG is expanding in multiple sectors to service both private and public entities. CEO Scott Arias is a service disabled veteran who started ACE Consulting 12 years ago. It now does an annual revenue in excess of $10M.
With operations worldwide, TAG works with over 3,000 clients located around the globe.
“ACE is reaping the rewards of doing good work, being customer focused and doing the right thing. If you practice these principle consistently then it is inevitable you will grow and continue to be successful,” Arias said.
Arias founded ACE in 2008, focused on construction management services. Over the past decade, ACE has increased its core competencies to include estimating, scheduling and project management. Currently TAG has three offices and 78 staff that operate around the world. Some of their projects are in the federal and commercial arena, including the Smithsonian Institute, Camp Lejeune base infrastructure modernization, F35 Hangers and facilities for Volkswagen, General Motors and several local distilleries.
TAG also supports EKU’s Construction Management program by serving on the advisory council and endowing a scholarship for students that perform exemplary during their co-op experience.
“TAG’s staff’s support of his alma matter is nothing more than spectacular,” said Dr. Bryan Dyer, professor of construction management at EKU.
In addition TAG is a major contributor to the Lexington Leadership Foundation, which does non-profit work around Lexington.