Kier Group

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Kier Group has announced the appointment of Helen Redfern as its first-ever chief people officer. In her new role, Ms Redfern, previously Kier's HR director, will continue to oversee all HR responsibilities as well as spearheading Kier’s approach to health, safety and wellbeing and driving for

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Frontline operatives at Kier Highways are trialling a new app that promises to conduct digital risk assessments and in turn save time, increase safety, and boost collaborative working practices.

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Kier Group said today it has continued its positive momentum despite inflationary pressure, procurement and project delays contributing to a 5% fall in revenue. Announcing its results for the six months ended 31 December 2021 today, the group said it generated revenue of over £1.5 billion over

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Kier Group has forecast that its interim results will be in line with board expectations following a good performance for the first half to end-December 2021, but has kept tight-lipped over its reported takeover of Tilbury Douglas.

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Kier has committed to a set of new pledges as it re-signed the Armed Forces Covenant. Andrew Davies, chief executive at Kier, and members of the company’s Armed Forces employee network were joined by Brigadier Eldon Millar from the British Army at Bassingbourn Barracks in Royston, Cambrid

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Barry McNicholas, the group managing director of Kier Utilities, has decided to leave the group at the end of December 2021. Mr McNicholas joined Kier in 2017 when the group took over his family utilities contracting business McNicholas Construction.

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Communities across Scotland are set to see a significant increase in legacy benefits created by local construction projects with the signing of a new Community Legacy Charter. In signing the charter, SCAPE Scotland and a collective of the nation’s leading construction, civil engineering a

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Fifteen contractors have won places on a new £500 million framework to deliver new build, infrastructure and refurbishment works for the public sector in Scotland. The Public Buildings and Infrastructure (PB3) framework from Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA) allows public sector organisation

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