Keltbray Group is governed by an Executive Board, which has 11 members and is led by Chairman, Tony Douglas (pictured left). Chief Executive Officer, Brendan Kerr (pictured middle) and Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Group Finance Director, John Keehan (pictured right), have ultimate responsibility for the company’s overall performance and strategic direction.
Under Brendan Kerr’s leadership, Keltbray Group has developed two main business streams, including Specialist Contracting Services (80%) and Rail & Infrastructure (20%). Within these streams, there are a number of companies and divisions, which are headed up by Managing Directors, who are responsible for operational performance and for implementing the principals and policy framework of the Group.
The operating businesses are supported by centralised Training and Health & Safety, Quality and Environment functions, which report to the Board.
Keltbray is independently audited to ensure governance and compliance against internal, ISO and industry standards through alignment with the Considerate Constructors and Local Authority Considerate Contractor schemes.
This governance structure ensures that in addition to a sound financial performance, Keltbray operates safely, ethically, sustainably and responsibly, with qualified professionals in all areas of the business.
The Group acknowledges responsibility to the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and is committed to driving our acts of modern slavery and human trafficking within its business and supply chain. Our company Directors and senior management take responsibility for implementing this policy, which can be downloaded from here. They also take responsibility for providing adequate resources and investment to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within the organisation or our supply chain.
The Group has prepared a Tax Strategy in line with the requirements of the Finance Act 2016 which can be found here.
The Group Board is aware of the responsibilities regarding the recording and accounting for taxation in the areas where it operates, and is committed to the principles set out in the Tax Strategy document.