Engineering specialist Keltbray has announced it has become a member of the Major Projects Association.
The Major Projects Association, limited to 100 members, sets out to improve the initiation, delivery and outcomes of major projects through the interaction of its broad range of members in sharing experience, knowledge, research and ideas.
Membership includes government, industry, funders, advisors and academia. The association aims to represent the depth of expertise required of major projects covering the full spectrum of professions such a policy, law, commercial, finance, engineering, technology, project management etc.
Darren James, Chief Executive Officer at Keltbray said, “We’re delighted to have joined the Major Projects Association and look forward to joining its community of other like-minded organisations, to share valuable knowledge and experience to improve the outcomes of major projects across the UK. The association shares our values and commitment to diversity, social mobility, environmental sustainability and the pledge to reach Net Zero. We look forward to working closely with the association and other major industry players.”