We hold a collaboration agreement with City, University of London to deliver groundbreaking innovations in piling. A graduate from City is now in Keltbray’s employment to lead the project.
In addition, for the last 30 years, Keltbray has worked side-by-side with archaeologists from MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) on many construction sites. By facilitating MOLA’s teams as they excavate archaeological remains, Keltbray has helped them to uncover a wealth of incredible evidence, including an Anglo-Saxon settlement on the site of the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.
The Keltbray Foundation is our committee which manages charitable initiatives and internal and external applications for support. Past activities have included food bank drives and sponsored challenges.
Community engagement is also very important to us and our efforts have helped hundreds of people turn their lives around. We're also a keen sponsor of sporting events and teams, most recently becoming the main sponsor for the Ulster University Gaelic Academy.
We're proud of our unique self-delivery model and use our own specialist operatives, machinery and equipment to deliver all of our projects.
However, we do welcome the assistance of partners that can drive efficiencies or improvements in our business like DBG Group with its cement free concrete, and Curotec with its HAVS protection .