Modern slavery and human trafficking statement

“We support every individuals' human rights and refuse the use of child labour and forced labour under any circumstances ”

Alain Michaelis
Chief Executive

We expect all of our directors, officers and employees and those working on our behalf to comply with the law and act ethically and with integrity at all times, as set out in Keller’s Code of Business Conduct. This statement sets out the steps Keller has taken and continues to take to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in its business or any part of its supply chain. Our statement on modern slavery and human trafficking can found here.

Keller at a glance

10,000

staff world-wide in more than 40 countries

Multimedia

Keller at work

Worldwide contacts

Keller is in over 40 countries across five continents

From our history

1954

Keller is established

1984

Keller acquired Hayward Baker (US)

1994

Keller IPO on London Stock Exchange

2002

Acquired Mckinney (US)

2006

Acquired Piling Contractors (Australia)

2015

c.10,000 employees, Acquired Bencor (North America) and Austral (Australia)