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Keller has given more than 150 years of service to the construction industry. From modest beginnings, it has grown into a Group with revenue of more than £1.5 billion and around 10,000 employees operating in more than 40 countries.
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Ground improvement techniques are used to prepare the ground for new construction projects and to reduce the risk of liquefaction in areas of seismic activity.
Specialty grouting strengthens target areas in the ground and controls ground water flow through rocks and soils by reducing their permeability.
Anchors, nails and minipiles can provide temporary or permanent solutions for a wide range of stability or support problems and are often used to underpin or stabilise buildings, slopes and embankments.
Post-tension cable systems are used to reinforce concrete foundations and structural spans, enhancing their load-bearing capacity.
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Our values promote honesty, fairness and integrity in our relations with our employees, customers, suppliers, competitors and the community and underpin the our guiding principles.
We want every person who works for us, or with us, to go home safely at the end of each day.
Keller is committed to minimising its impact on the environment and complying with its statutory and regulatory obligations.
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We want to be known as a responsible employer which people are proud to join.
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Our reputation is built on engineering excellence and a commitment to continual innovation.
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We pride ourselves in having some of the best professionals and skilled people in the industry who are motivated by our culture and the opportunities for career growth.
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Diversity of people, skills and abilities is a strength which will help us to achieve our best.
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During 2015, Keller made two strategic acquisitions, one of which was Bencor in North America.
The second significant acquisition in 2015 was Austral Construction Pty, Limited ("Austral"). Operated from Melbourne, Victoria, the business has a particular emphasis on marine piling work and has a significant customer base in Western Australia, an area of potential geographical growth for Keller.
Keller is able to leverage its scale to deliver major infrastructure projects around the globe. Expertise exists across the Keller Group and by connecting this knowledge, the best geotechnical solution can be found for the customer. This engineering and operational capability has been brought to bear to deliver an offshore ground improvement project in North Africa.
Whilst Keller has global strength, it is also a local, customer focussed business. By working with our clients and forming partnerships with the other project stakeholders we are able to develop winning solutions.
Keller is the largest geotechnical contractor in the world, with a strong balance sheet. This makes it possible to be involved in some of the largest contracts. As one would expect, the company was heavily involved in the Crossrail Project working on many different sites for different construction teams. In all, Keller secured over £80m of geotechnical work on this one project alone.
Through sharing best practice and innovation across the Group Keller is able to introduce new products or solutions organically into new markets. As an example dry soil mixing, which was traditionally performed by our Scandinavian business has been successfully used in Poland, the UK, the USA, Malaysia and Australia, by transferring the technology in-house.
The Berlin State Opera is housed in a building originally constructed as the Royal Opera in 1743 — the first free-standing opera house in Germany.
The main contractor’s (IHI) primary requirement was to employ a reliable piling contractor who could deliver a high quality product on time.
Hayward Baker is currently performing jet grouting to depths of up to 85 feet to provide seismic stability and foundation support for the repair and replacement of a 3,681 foot (0.7-mile) section of the 100-year-old Elliott Bay Seawall.
The new Hunter Expressway was built over 19th and 20th century coal mine workings up to 110m in depth.
Keppel was building Keppel Merlimau Cogen II Project (IIA & IIB), a second power plant near their existing plant on Jurong Island.
Lord Hill’s Bridge is the location for the Royal Oak Portal, which will form the Western tunnel entrance for the Crossrail scheme to link East and West London by main-line railway.
The main contractor’s (IHI) primary technical concern was the risk of soil liquefaction.
Having completed Stage I in 2008, KGE performed ground improvement works on Stage II of NCIG’s third Newcastle coal terminal works.
Waterway Constructions worked in a design and construction capacity to deliver this high-profile project for the Port of NSW.
Case installed the cooling tower foundations for the new reactor units at the nuclear power station at the Plant Vogtle site.
At Itaguai, some 80km from the city of Rio de Janeiro, approximately 50 million tons of iron ore per year is expected to be exported via a port at Porto de Sudeste.
The new 4.2km artificial Punggol Waterway runs through a residential area, connecting two existing reservoirs and the town centre, With commercial, residential, cultural and recreational facilities planned for the area, the Waterway will provide modern waterfront living.
The new Metro B1 line is an extension of the existing B Line, north of Rome.
Singapore’s Ministry of Health had accelerated the construction of large general hospitals, in anticipation of increased demands for healthcare services.
Hayward Baker’s client was building five new 80,000 bbl, 110-ft dia fuel storage tanks at a terminal in southern California
The Three Nations Bridge project involved the replacement of an existing bridge on the Canadian side of the St. Lawrence River connecting Cornwall, Ontario; Cornwall Island (Akwesasne Indian Reservation); and Massena, New York – hence the “Three Nations” designation.
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Keller acquired Hayward Baker (US)
c.10,000 employees, Acquired Bencor (North America) and Austral (Australia)
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