There are few businesses with the diversity of roles, skills and expertise to rival ours. Every one of Keltbray's 2,000 employees plays an important role in delivering some of the biggest construction projects in the UK. Visit the People Page to view our leadership team and read some of our employee's stories.
Major Projects Director, Highways
Louise is Major Projects Director in Keltbray’s Highways division, she is currently working on two of the biggest projects in the divisions’ history. The two projects, both high profile National Highways schemes, are the £50m M621 Junction Improvement Scheme and £75m A66 Scheme. Louise also works closely with the Managing Director of Highways, Vip Gandhi, developing the Business Plan and is a key figure in setting out the strategic direction for the division.
Louise Pavitt, Major Projects Director, Highways
“The transition to working at Keltbray has been entirely positive, the team are focused on an ethos of support, respect and listening. There is a really positive mental attitude to every situation, including difficulties, and we focus not on the negatives but on how we can collaborate to ensure a positive outcome.”
Rajaul Haque is an Assistant Quantity Surveyor for Keltbray based in the Crewe office. He has been with Keltbray for 10 and a half years. As part of Raj’s role he does cost management, which involves preparing, negotiating and analysing costs for tenders and price submissions. He’s also involved in valuing completed work and arranging payment.
Rajaul Haque, Quantity Surveyor
“In my job I’m constantly learning new things. I have a good relationship with everybody in the Crewe office, especially the Commercial Team. My job can be challenging and involves problem solving which is something that I enjoy. At Keltbray, everybody is approachable and available to help when required. The training Keltbray are willing to provide for their employees is also excellent.”
Joanna Walsh is a Site Operative for Keltbray who came to the business having had a difficult start in her career. Having left education at fifteen, she found a facilities maintenance job with OCS which she enjoyed. Joanna then started building up her experience by working in a clothes shop and a Travelodge, and was eventually sent by the Job Centre to the agency Good People, who introduced Joanna to Keltbray. She started her induction the very next day.
Joanna Walsh, Site Operative
“I enjoy what I’m doing, especially the bond I share with the site team, and the responsibility and freedom that come with my role”.
At Keltbray we are passionate and forward thinking when it comes to offering Apprenticeships and Graduate opportunities. We view our Apprentices and Graduates as the future of Keltbray and for this reason we invest a lot of time and effort into recruiting Apprentices/Graduates and supporting their development.
The following applies to all recruitment agencies and head hunters that send CVs or profiles of candidates, whether directly or indirectly, to any individual working for or on behalf of Keltbray, or to any of its sites or offices, whether via post, email, LinkedIn and any other method of communication.
Keltbray only accepts CVs and profiles of candidates from its preferred list of suppliers and only where Keltbray has instructed the services from you in writing. In all other circumstances, any candidate information submitted to Keltbray will not have been deemed to have been introduced by you to Keltbray. You will not be able to claim that you were the original introducer should a candidate be employed by Keltbray at a future date and therefore no fee in respect of the candidate will be payable by Keltbray.
Send your CV to Martin Salem at Keltbray