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    Infrastructure

    Delivering technically challenging projects around the world.

Infrastructure

Kier has extensive experience in the power, rail, water, industrial and process sectors – and can take your project from start to finish.

Our reputation was built on our civil engineering prowess, and our skill at delivering complex, technically-challenging projects around the world. Our engineers, designers and technicians have devised and constructed functional assets for the roads, power, water and industrial sectors, and we have dedicated rail and mining teams.

For more than 70 years we have played key roles in major projects in more than 50 countries. Often working as part of a framework or joint venture, we have tried and tested technical capabilities, as well as a positive attitude and a history of managing complex interfaces. From tunnelling to bridge-building, we have the skills and experience in-house.

As well as considerable in-house project management and technical expertise, Kier Construction has the advantage of extensive support from the Kier Group. From our technical services teams to our facilities management crews, we can enhance the performance of your project and provide ongoing support for years to come.

Our successes are due, in part, to our commitment to open partnerships and co-operation with our clients. We listen carefully to you and strive to find solutions to challenges that arise – solutions that ensure the safe and successful completion of your project.

Kier’s financial stability and legacy of successful projects makes us a partner you can trust. We take pride in delivering the project we promise, and in cultivating strong relationships with you and your teams.

GET IN TOUCH

Name: Philip Miles

Job title: Pre Construction Director

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

Registered in England No. 2708030

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