Kier Services, part of the Kier Group, is a specialist provider of public and private sector services, providing both single services and multi-disciplinary outsourcing throughout the UK.
We deliver a range of services from strategic asset management, planned and reactive housing maintenance, facilities management and environmental services including street and grounds maintenance, refuse collection and recycling to highways maintenance, street lighting, fleet services, waterways, as well as energy solutions.
Our comprehensive range of services means we offer fully integrated, tailored solutions to clients for a rapidly changing environment.
Following the Group’s recent acquisition of May Gurney, Kier Group is now one of the UK’s leading integrated services and construction groups. The combined business offers more opportunity for our customers, our people and our supply chain.
Our asset management specialists help clients to maximise the benefits from their property holdings and investments.
Energy Management Services
We design, install and maintain innovative energy saving solutions helping reduce energy bills and carbon emissions, comply with legal requirements, and increase the asset value.
We combine technology, logistics and innovative service design to provide environmental services tailored to the individual needs of local communities.
We integrate, manage and deliver hard and soft facilities management (FM) services, freeing you to focus on the business activities that matter to you.
We deliver end-to-end fleet management and passenger services to local authorities, managing over 6,000 specialist vehicles across 146 locations.
We maintain over 35,000 kilometres of roads and more than 500,000 street lights and illuminated signs across the UK for local authorities.
We offer a full range of property maintenance services to UK social housing providers – delivering affordable homes that people want to live in.
We deliver utility maintenance and asset enhancement services in water, gas, power and telecommunications.
We regenerate and maintain the UK’s waterways network through our work with the Canal & River Trust and the Environment Agency.