Kier Regional Building Eastern
Kier Regional Building Eastern delivers comprehensive construction expertise throughout the East of England. From our self-constructed regional head office in Waterbeach, Cambridge, we work with a wide portfolio of clients on schemes including laboratories, educational buildings, hospitals, prisons, commercial premises and student accommodation.
Our Eastern offices are located at Waterbeach (Cambridgeshire), Norwich (Norfolk), Rushden (Northamptonshire), and Witham (Essex).
In 2019, we delivered £170m worth of projects ranging in value from £1m to £80m. These included projects for public bodies such as the Essex County Council, Cambridgeshire County Council and the Department for Education, as well as schemes for a variety of private clients. We are currently delivering projects for an even wider portfolio of clients.
We have a truly collaborative approach to the construction process, and have built a reputation for delivering excellent customer service, minimising cost and risk, and driving innovation and quality.
On Friday 22 February a ceremony was held to mark work being completed at the highest point of the new £25m Hythe Mills eight-storey student housing block in Colchester, Essex. Colchester Mayor, Peter Chillingworth, and Mayoress, Ann Chillingworth, joined developers...read more
Following a £1.2m investment; the new purpose built library at Westcroft opened today, featuring a children’s section designed in the style of a knight’s castle and with new furniture throughout. Mayor of Milton Keynes, Martin Petchey, performed the ribbon cutting...read more
Tiny tots at Northampton College’s own nursery were given an exclusive look at how work is progressing on a new £4.75million building at Booth Lane. The children, aged between two and four, were treated to a visit from construction staff working for the project’s main...read more
A significant milestone has been marked in the building of Cambridgeshire’s largest education campus with a special turf cutting ceremony that took place on Wednesday 21 November. Councillors and partners of the project gathered at the site of the new Northstowe...read more
The world's oldest living Test cricketer proved she has plenty of game left in her as she officially opened a school sports centre in Norwich today. Eileen Ash celebrated her 107th birthday on Tuesday 30 October, but that didn't stop her joining in with PE lessons as...read more
Work has started on a state-of-the-art new facility aimed at tackling the severe skills shortages threatening to hit the construction industry in Northamptonshire. The £4.75million Advanced Construction Engineering (ACE) Centre, to be built at Northampton College’s...read more