Keller has completed work on some of the deepest jet grouting ever carried out in the UK at London’s super sewer project.
Keller has been using the latest drilling technology on a major infrastructure project in North Yorkshire.
Keller UK is offering new recruits to engineering a different route to getting their qualifications by employing their first Civil Engineer Degree Apprentices.
Keller UK has been given a prestigious award in recognition of its practices and achievements in helping its staff get home safely at the end of the working day.
Keller has competed its work on the first major weekend road closure on the A13 Road Widening Project in Thurrock ahead of schedule.
Keller estimator Megan Vaughan-Ellis has been promoted to the new role of lead estimator for rigid inclusions.
To mark International Women In Engineering Day on June 23 we're featuring four of Keller's female employees who are making their mark on the business.
GEO-Instruments, the monitoring and instrumentation division of Keller UK, are releasing an updated and improved version of its QuickView Software.
Keller UK is delighted to have been shortlisted as finalists in three categories at the Ground Engineering Awards 2019.
Keller, the world's largest geotechnical contractor, has been named Britain's Most Admired Company in the Heavy Construction Sector 2018, taking top spot for the first time.
Keller has teamed up with the University of Surrey to launch a project to explore ways of developing more sustainable geotechnical solutions.
Keller has won a prestigious award after introducing a new working practice which saves time, money and is kind to the environment.
Keller UK HSEQ advisor Laura Williams spoke to Safety and Health Practitioner about her passion for all things health and safety related and about how to attract more young people into the job.
Keller UK have now delivered their cultural change 'Step Forward for Safety' programme to UK staff, key supplier representatives, senior managers from across Keller EMEA and Keller PLC.
Keller has appointed Piotr Konieczny as General Manager of GEO-Instruments, their instrumentation and monitoring division.
Two Keller UK divisions have been working together to develop a new, bespoke pile monitoring system on a prestigious project in the heart of the City of London.