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Kier in Australia is a $200m (£100m) turnover business, which currently operates across the states of New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland.

Kier in Australia delivers:

  • Design services and
  • Integrated road maintenance (through the DownerMouchel Joint Venture)

Through these two business streams, Kier in Australia has experience across the whole road project lifecycle; from project prioritisation and design, to delivery, operations and ongoing maintenance.

The contracts and offices operated by Kier in Australia, including as DownerMouchel, are shown below.

Design Services

Kier’s Australian design services business is based in Sydney, and delivers technical road design services to DownerMouchel and its clients including Roads and Maritime Services (NSW), Transport and Main Roads (QLD) and Main Roads (WA). Design services available include:

  • Concept and detailed design of standard and complex roads projects
  • Structural design, assessment and rehabilitation
  • Geotechnical services
  • Environmental services
  • Contract and project management
  • Operational and stakeholder relationship management and
  • Asset management

Integrated Road Maintenance - DownerMouchel

Within Australia, Kier also operate in a joint venture with Downer, using the brand name DownerMouchel. DownerMouchel is recognised as a market leader for integrated road and ITS asset management and maintenance services in Australia. DownerMouchel delivers six contracts across three states, and maintains 10% of the country’s strategic road network.

Services provided by DownerMouchel include:

  • Asset management
  • Network management
  • Network operations
  • Routine and reactive maintenance for roads, structures and ITS assets
  • Incident response
  • Electrical services and
  • Construction of standard and complex roads projects

Kier Group plc. Registered office: Tempsford Hall, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2BD

Registered in England No. 2708030

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