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Keltbray is a leading multi-disciplinary engineering and construction services business, offering a uniquely integrated delivery capability spanning key phases of the client value chain.

The company was founded in 1976 and is privately owned, directly employs over 1,700 people, and is a key delivery partner to blue-chip public and private sector customers, contributing to the development.

Sustainability and CSR Policy

 

Keltbray provides certainty of outcome for prestigious public and private sector clients often in highly regulated markets like rail and energy, contributing to the development and maintenance of Britain’s rapidly changing economic and social infrastructure.

Our professionally accredited teams of engineering and construction professionals take pride in delivering safely and sustainably to enhance, upgrade and decarbonise our clients’ capital assets.

Keltbray provides certainty of delivery to meet the needs of diverse and complex projects. Its professionally trained employees take pride in delivering safely and sustainably, on time, to budget, and with care for the environment and our communities. Keltbray has successfully completed a range of high profile construction projects on schemes including The Shard, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stadium, Crossrail, Earls Court, Battersea Power Station, Ferrybridge Power Station decommissioning and HS2.

Sustainability & Supply Chain

Keltbray strives to make a positive contribution to the world we live and work in. We continually work to improve our sustainability performance across all 3 key areas being Social, Environmental and Economic.

Our Sustainability Strategy sets out our intention to provide innovative build and infrastructure engineering solutions that generate value to our clients and allow them to achieve their own sustainability commitments, whilst recognising that we have our own part to play in the paving the way to address global challenges and in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

In order for us to achieve our vision, it is key that we collaborate with our customers industry peers and supply chain.

Why a Partner?

Keltbray became a member of the Supply Chain Sustainability School because we support its key aims and objectives. We have been involved since the conception of the school and find the resources and material available incredibly beneficial.

The benefits that we will gain from being a partner outweigh those of remaining a member; the option to integrate the Supply Chain’s E-learning module into our own LMS is a key factor.

Recommended Resources

Keltbray would actively recommend the following resources from three to one, with one being the highest recommended:

  1. E-Learning Modules
  2. Virtual Training
  3. Videos

At Keltbray these are the main resources that we use and get the most interaction with, so we have a positive experience of the Supply Chain Sustainability School and recommend to individuals, businesses, partners, charities within our supply chain.

View our e-learning
Almost 100 online courses available
The School has developed almost 100 e-learning modules for all topics, and all skill levels. Ranging from 15 minutes to an hour in length, they are a great way to bring yourself up to speed on any issue.
Training
Training and events
Join over 3,000 people attending our training and networking events every year.
Calendar
Watch our Videos
Over 1,000 videos available
Our videos are a perfect for short bite sized learning. Upskill your knowledge on key topics today!

““Keltbray has been involved in the Supply Chain Sustainability School since its conception. Over many years we have utilised the school to help us to achieve our ambitious sustainability plans through education and collaboration, and as our business continues to grow and develop it is natural progression for us to become a partner of the school.’’”
Holly Price, Skills & Communities Director