East of England fast facts
Kier in the East of England
Our headquarters have been at Tempsford Hall in Bedfordshire since the 1960s from where we oversee our entire UK and worldwide operations.
Like so many living and working in the East of England, this gives us easy access to the region’s main towns and cities where many of our customers are based, as well as excellent transport links to other areas of the UK - London, the Midlands, the North and beyond.
Among our customers, we count some of the regions scientific research organisations who are at the forefront of exciting global discoveries. We also provide support to universities in the region, as well as many businesses supporting regional and UK economic growth.
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Ryanair Hangar at Stansted Airport
Designing and constructing a new purpose-built maintenance and training facility.
The David Attenborough Building
Updating an icon, providing pride of place for Charles Darwin’s finds, creating a prominent spot for a fully-fledged Finback whale, and being test abseiled by Sir David Attenborough.
The Sainsbury Laboratory
This major research laboratory reconciles precise scientific requirements with a sensitive approach to its historic site.
Cross Keys Homes
An innovative joint venture to hasten the delivery of much needed housing across the East of England.
East Suffolk Re-signalling
Working with Network Rail to keep the line between Ipswich and Lowestoft up and running. Replacing the line's Radio Electronic Token Block (RETB) system after the frequencies were allocated to the MOD, coming up with a workable solution with the client and ensuring this vital rural connection remained in service.
Residential & Business Installs, New Network Build
Bringing 455,000 connections and 1,000,000m of new fibre network every year to customers across the South East, South West and North East of England, South Wales and Scotland, protecting and enhancing the client's brand and continually delivering high performance.
Upgrading a key commuter line to increase the quantity of trains able to utilise the line.