How to work with us
We rely on our supply chain partners and together we make successful teams. We have developed an established supply chain who share in best practice and provide industry leading approaches. We welcome new businesses, who meet our standards and provide the skills and innovation to support our projects.How to work with us >
At Kier we have built a reputation for successfully delivering some of the largest, most complex and celebrated projects across the UK, as well as hundreds of smaller but equally important local projects.
This success is built on the collective strength of great supply chain partnerships and collaborative working. Together we operate at scale and with agility as high-performing teams.
We know that our supply chain are an extension of Kier and as such they are key to the successful delivery of every project that we undertake. We want to build teams of like-minded people who share our values, as well as our rigour for safety, our approach to quality and our drive for innovation and best practice.
We are proud to feature in The Business Association's Best Practice Statement on partnerships between large firms and SMEs. We believe partnerships with local businesses is vital for our projects as well as delivering tangible social value.
Finding the right fit
As a business, we will look to engage with the very best. That doesn't mean that we will always opt for the biggest or most-established companies. Over 80% of our supply chain are regional SMEs.
The majority of our longest and most fruitful relationships are with SMEs who combine excellent knowledge of a locality, with specialist skills and a willingness to go that extra mile for our clients.
We have been informed that members of our supply chain have been contacted by email by someone appearing to be from Kier, in an attempt to provide sensitive data such as bank details or personally identifiable information.
Kier pledges to break the chain on modern slavery
At Kier, we don’t just get things done – we pride ourselves on doing them the right way. Therefore we have signed up to the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) Construction Protocol, an agreement between construction companies and the UK Government that has a goal to end labour abuse across the UK.Read more >
Policies and Standards
We expect our supply chain to abide by our Policies and Standards which can be found here