The latest issue of Keltbray’s company magazine, Keltbray Live, has been published today.
This edition includes an interview with Crossrail’s Deputy CEO who shares his views on how the industry can improve, and the team talks to Basil Scarsella, CEO of UK Power Networks, about what we can expect for the UK electricity industry over the next two decades and how it will affect construction.
Furthermore, with Construction 2025 looming ever closer, in order to deliver on Keltbray’s project commitments more quickly and cheaply and at a lower environmental cost, the industry needs to find new materials and technology. Keltbray’s Head of Innovation, Michael Pelken, whose work has led the company to secure funding and academic support, shares his thinking on the subject and progress so far.
There’s also a round up of Keltbray’s latest training achievements, as well as an overview of its work to date with MOLA, and predictions from Managing Director of D&C Paul Deacy, Managing Director of Remediation and KES Joe Jackson, Managing Director of Piling Stuart Norman and Managing Director of Sheet Piling Andy Appleton.