Telecoms fast facts
At Kier we’ve been working alongside telecoms clients for many years, keeping their customers connected via broadband and digital TV installations to designing and building FTTP (Fibre to the Premises). Through our Broadband and Digital TV Field Force we ensure clients fulfil service commitments to their customers, our FTTP programmes enable them to offer gigabit service provision and we also carry out maintenance for public mobile telephone networks across the UK and a 24/7 emergency restoration service.
Much of our work is very visible, be that going into people’s homes or businesses or streetworks. Working with customers on behalf of clients requires outstanding customer service and we ensure we deliver this through ensuring our workforce is accredited to visit people’s homes and also via creating a service culture, backed up by our own customer service training school.
We are also members of the UK Customer Service Institute. In this fast moving industry clients also want to know they are working with partners who can bring innovation to the work. We are, for example, highly BIM capable (Building Information Modelling). At Kier we are always looking for new and better ways of doing things and have the added advantage of being part of a Group that offers a full utilities services so we can provide telecoms services within a multi utility offering and use experiences in one sector to benefit another.
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A short-term central London consultancy project turned into a ground-breaking multi-utility project, moving eight utilities to prepare for a new 800-apartment development, setting the standard in how these projects should be delivered in the capital.
Kier has been contracted by Gigaclear Ltd to build a full fibre network to thousands of homes and businesses in the Uttlesford District in Essex as part of Essex County Council’s Superfast Essex Programme.
The new prison at Wellingborough will be an adult male Category C resettlement prison, designed to enhance rehabilitation. The project is embracing a Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and integrating digital tools to drive efficiencies in the design, construction and operation of the facility.
The RAN (Radio Access Network) is the technology used in the UK to allow mobile phones to transmit and receive data and voice services. Ericsson are a leading provider of RAN access to many of the UK’s mobile networks and in 2013, we were appointed by Ericsson to maintain its RAN assets to keep the UK’s 4G and 5G networks live and operational
Design and construction of an adult male Category C resettlement prison, designed to enhance rehabilitation. As a project integrator, Kier used a Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) component-led approach to deliver the project, setting new standards for excellence in modern methods of construction (MMC), innovation and digital technologies.
" I'd like to take this opportunity to formally pass on my personal thanks for the work you and your teams have carried out to date with us on our Wi-Fi project… the results you have accomplished and delivered have been carried out in an extraordinary period of time - doing in months that which would usually take years. This has been a truly outstanding piece of collaborative work! "Chief Information Officer London Underground Limited on the Tube Wi-Fi roll-out