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 2018, we delivered £204m worth of projects ranging in value from £1m to £80m. These included projects for public bodies such as the University of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire County Council and the Education Funding Agency, 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.
Chelmsford City Council and Kier Construction Eastern mark a significant milestone in the build of the new Riverside Ice and Leisure Centre
Chelmsford City Council together with Kier Construction Eastern marked a significant milestone in the build of the new Riverside Ice and Leisure complex in Chelmsford, with all major structural work complete. Councillors, Designers and the Kier Construction Eastern...read more
Congratulations to the Kier Construction Eastern ladies on completing their North Norfolk Coast Hike for Cancer Research UK
On Saturday 8 September nine ladies from Kier Construction Eastern took part in the 23 mile hike across the North Norfolk Coast organised by Cancer Research UK. The team had been training for months in the run up to the day and despite a few injuries and some tough...read more
Organised by Kier Construction Eastern Planner, Glenn Baker, our Waterbeach office held a sweepstakes throughout the Football World Cup 2018 raising a fantastic £170 for East Anglia's Children's Hospices and on Thursday 26 July we handed over the cheque. East Anglia's...read more
At the end of July we handed over the Eileen Ash sports hall in Norwich in time for pupils from The Hewett Academy and Jane Austen College to use in the new term. The centre has been named after Eileen Ash, a pioneering female cricketer who lives in Norwich and is now...read more
On Thursday 19 July, we kick started our fundraising for the British Heart Foundation with a 'Wear it Red' breakfast morning and raffle. The entire office wore red for the day and enjoyed bacon sandwiches, pastries and fruit for breakfast. Alongside the breakfast a...read more
On Tuesday 17 July parents, pupils, school staff and the project team gathered in the school's new car park to celebrate the official opening of Haversham Village School's new extension. Pupils entertained guests with songs, and presentations were made by Headteacher,...read more