global project experience and resources to clients' most demanding assignments
draws on the breadth of our engineering, procurement and construction skills
and expertise honed on some of the world's largest projects to deliver major
project and program management solutions to the APAC defence market. For
more than 60 years, KBR has executed large scale, complex programs for clients
throughout the region in the public and private sectors. From helping countries
develop and commercialize their stranded gas resources, to overseeing
large-scale infrastructure projects, such as the transcontinental Alice Springs
to Darwin Railway to providing comprehensive support services to government and
defence agencies, KBR delivers anytime, anywhere.
proven track record of delivering remote and complex projects, KBR is
frequently called on to provide project and program management services.
Using an integrated team approach, KBR focuses on delivering innovative
solutions and on-time, on-budget execution, regardless of the size and scope of
the project. KBR's project management experts and resources are available 24
hours-a-day via sophisticated business execution tools, such as our integrated
project management system (IPMS), project portals, project dashboards and
geographic information systems to monitor progress and share information.
alliances with suppliers in over 109 countries means we can efficiently procure
anything our clients require from qualified sources in every region of the
world. Even in the most challenging operational environments, our proven procurement strategies reduce costs and meet demanding schedules.
The KBR and Huntington Ingalls
Industries (HII) joint venture - Naval Shipbuilding Institute, will establish
and manage Australia’s Naval Shipbuilding College. The College -
headquartered in South Australia – will work with shipbuilders to understand
their workforce requirements throughout the different stages of project
construction and sustainment, while leveraging a national network of education
and training providers to deliver the specific skills required.
The Naval Shipbuilding Institute
has put together a team from the shipbuilding, education, training, academic
and business sectors across Australia to ensure the mission of the Naval
Shipbuilding College is properly executed. These organisations include the
Australian Maritime College; Australian vocational education and training
providers in Adelaide and Fremantle; and AiGroup, Manpower Group, PwC, Defence
Teaming Centre and the Defence Industry Educational Skills Consortium, all of
which have extensive national presence across Australia.
The initial focus of the College is to
increase the number of people with key entry-level trade qualifications.