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.
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”.
Assistant Project Manager
Andrew Lohmann joined Keltbray in June 2015 after dropping out of university. He started as a labourer on site at Battersea power station and then progressed onto a demolition apprenticeship at London Bridge station. After he completed the apprenticeship, Andrew started a Trainee Assistant Project Manager role working on HS2 with Keltbray. Now Andrew is working as an Assistant Project Manager, he has finished a HNC and is working towards a BEng in Civil Engineering part time.
Andrew Lohmann, Assistant Project Manager
“I’ve worked with and met some incredible people at Keltbray throughout my time here, and I feel lucky to work for a company that is so supportive of professional growth for people working at every level.”
Social Value Manager
Jamie Parkes is Social Value Manager for Keltbray, working across our business to support the communities in which we work through partnering with a wide range of organisations and charities. He has been at Keltbray for nearly 2 years.
Jamie Parkes, Social Value Manager
“After studying Criminology, I never thought I would end up working in construction. My background before Keltbray was working for ex-offender organisations and helping them gain employment. During this time, I worked with Keltbray on a few programmes and was always impressed by their commitment to supporting diversity. Now I am lucky enough to be on the other side as Social Value Manager and be able to work with a number organisations and charities that support a wide range of people.
Social Value was a relatively new term when I started but has grown in significance, bringing its challenges along the way. I look forward to continuing to drive Social Value.”