Quality Policy

KTL is a market leader in the mobile telecommunications Industry. It is our policy to deliver a high quality service to all of our customers on time, regardless of their size or monetary value to KTL. In order to achieve this ultimate goal, we commit to the following principals:

  • We will maintain and seek to continuously improve our ISO9001:2015 Quality Management System.
  • We will use the most up to date technology to ensure we deliver a quality service to our clients in the most efficient manner possible.
  • We will recruit, train and develop our staff to enable them to deliver the high product and service quality that our customers demand and deserve.
  • We will manage and monitor our employees to ensure that delivery of our service is to the highest levels of quality and workmanship.
  • We will develop partnerships with our key suppliers and sub-contractors to allow us provide a flexible and cost-effective service to our customers.
  • We will pro-actively seek the voice of the customer to ensure that not only do we fully understand their requirements but that we formally seek their feedback on our performance, both in terms of product and service quality.
  • Where customer expectations are not met, we will quickly and efficiently investigate and remedy the issues. Further, we will implement measures to ensure that there are no recurrences of the issues.
  • We will strive to ensure that our responsiveness and on-time delivery performance maintained to the highest levels.
  • We will control our overheads and costs to ensure that we remain competitive.
  • We will set objectives, both project and process based, to ensure that we continuously improve our systems and service and we will measure our performance against these objectives on an on-going, formal basis.

This statement is communicated and re-communicated to all employees on a regular basis to ensure that it remains uppermost in their minds. It is reviewed during the annual Management Review to ensure that it remains appropriate, relevant and applicable.

KTL is committed to the prevention of material damage.

SIGNED: DATE: 25th April 2017

Peter Dwyer

Director of Operations

Environmental Policy

KTL Ltd. is committed to continual improvement with regards to its environmental performance and to the overall prevention of pollution. We will undertake work while also considering how to minimize effects on local inhabitants, and both the surrounding and global environment. KTL is committed to avoiding material damage. The different areas of KTL’s activities have been addressed as part of an environmental review.

We have identified applicable environmental legislation and other requirements and created and documented an action plan to identify environmental objectives and targets to achieve these objectives. We have implemented a means of tracking changes and revisions to such requirements.

KTL have appointed an Energy Champion, who will monitor performance, communicate to the KTL Board on performance and to employees on initiatives for continuous improvement.

It is our policy to:

  • Minimise waste material and prevent accidental pollution and physical damage of habitats while building infrastructure.
  • Manage waste packaging and engineering materials in a responsible manner.
  • Use only authorised suppliers for recycling and disposal of waste materials.
  • Operate and select efficient and quiet plant that reduces energy/fuel consumption and that have minimal environmental impact.

KTL will accomplish this high standard of performance through a strong environmental management system integrated within our business planning and decision making processes and by setting and tracking measurable goals and objectives. We continuously review client proposals and consult stakeholders with regards to finding environmentally acceptable solutions.

Additionally, each employee has an individual responsibility to follow all environmental procedures and participate proactively in our programs and inspections. It is our policy to train employees with regards to environmental codes and practices.

We will work in partnership with suppliers, customers and government agencies to help protect and improve the environment. KTL will foster openness and communication with all its key stakeholders in order to anticipate important environmental concerns, share relevant information, contribute to development of sound solutions, and respond in a constructive and timely manner.

We will focus on sustainable development and protect both our staff and the environment in which we work.

This policy is communicated and re-communicated to all employees on a regular basis to ensure it is always taken into consideration. It is reviewed during the annual Management Review to ensure that it remains appropriate, relevant and applicable.

SIGNED: DATE: 12th April 2017

Peter Dwyer

Director of Operations

NIE Tamnamore – Gort Line

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PROJECT NAME: Tamnamore – Gort Line, T312 Provision of Construction, Refurbishment and Restringing of Transmission Overhead Lines Framework
CLIENT: Northern Ireland Electricity

Project Overview

KTL have been accepted onto NIE’s 4-year framework for the provision of construction, refurbishment and restringing of transmission overhead lines.

Project Details

KTL have completed the Stringing of the Tamnamore – Gort line, part of the T312 Provision of Construction, Refurbishment and Restringing of Transmission Overhead Lines Framework for NIE Networks (Northern Ireland Electricity Networks).

Our team delivered a high quality 110kV new build OHL which comprised of:

  • 42 Pylons (Type L4(M) SF60) – 4m in depth Foundations (5 of which were mini piled), assemble and erect pylons
  • 68 Intermediate H Poles (Height range 16m to 24m)
  • Conductor stringing 15.27km approx. - Stringing incl. wheel out, clamp in and terminate (String conductors (3Ø) with 400mm Zebra ACSR, string 1 No. earthwire with 70mm Horse ACSR and string 1 No. OPGW earthwire with 70mm Horse Equivalent.)

Part of the stringing works involved erecting a Catenary System to facilitate the stringing of new Zebra, Horse and OPGW Conductor over the M1 motorway at Dungannon in Northern Ireland. This involved closing the M1 Motorway at off peak hours from (00:00 – 08:00) on a Sunday morning. KTL had to liaise with the PSNI, NIEN, ESBI and TNI to facilitate the works.

The safety, health, environment and quality systems (SHEQ) implemented by KTL received high praise from the client’s representative, which is testament to the high quality work of the KTL team. The project was successfully completed without any major incidents, on time and within budget.

Health and Safety Policy

KTL is committed to providing a safe working environment for all its employees, contractors and anyone affected by our work. KTL is committed to the continuous improvement of a safe work environment through training, improved work methods and the adaptation of new technologies. We believe that all injuries and occupational illnesses are preventable.KTL is committed to the prevention of ill health and injury and material damage.

The objective of KTL Health & Safety Policy is to achieve “zero Injuries”. As part of our commitment to safety we will outline our objectives on an annual basis to improve safety within the organisation. We will review progress against these objectives on a regular basis. KTL will adhere to statutory legislation and other safety requirements where we are located. Some of the main legislation includes (but not limited to) the following:


  • Safety Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005
  • Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013 (S.I. No. 291/2013) and any amendments
  • Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 to 2016

Northern Ireland

  • Health and Safety at Work (Northern Ireland) Order 1978
  • Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1993
  • The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016
  • The Management of Health and Safety at Work (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2006


  • Health and Safety at work Act 1974
  • Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
  • Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992

The directors of the company have ultimate responsibility for the safety of its staff and contractors. Health and safety is a shared responsibility for a common good. Employees and others are obliged to appropriately highlight any issue or aspect of operations that may have a welfare, health or safety implication. With due care and good communications the safety systems will reduce risk levels to ensure a safe and healthy working environment.

To this end the company recognises that there must be adequate arrangements in place to ensure that all employees have the necessary skill to do their work safely by means of training, developing skills, implementing safe procedures, co-operation, consultation and regular reviews. Adequate financial and physical resources will be provided to ensure that safety is of the highest standards within the organisation.

The Board requires each manager and supervisor to be aware and implement relevant legislation and safe practices; to manage health and safety programmes effectively; to take care for the safety, health and welfare of employees; to comply with relevant Regulations and all other associated legislation; to take all reasonable steps to ensure that working conditions on site and aloft are safe and that proper safe work practices are adhered to; to exercise their duty of care and take account for and report on accidents or dangerous occurrences; to be fully aware of Company Policy and ensure that all safety information is brought to the notice of employees. The Board requires each employee to work safely at all times and to observe all procedures which are in place to ensure their safety, health and welfare and if there is any doubt to seek advice from the appropriate supervisor and or manager.

KTL have in place insurance covering Employer Liability, Public Liability, All Risk and Motor. As a company KTL are covered for working at height up to and including 100 meters along with completing excavation works to a maximum depth of 10 meters.

This policy is communicated and re-communicated to all employees on a regular basis to ensure that it remains uppermost in their minds. It is reviewed during the annual Management Review to ensure that it remains appropriate, relevant and applicable.

SIGNED: DATE: 12th April 2017

Peter Dwyer – Director of Operations

Dersalloch Wind Farm 132kV OHL


PROJECT NAME: Dersalloch Wind Farm 132kV OHL

CLIENT: Scottish Power

Project Overview

KTL was recently awarded a project to design and construct an Overhead Line for Dersalloch Wind Farm in South Ayrshire as part of the SWS (South West Scotland) Windfarm connections for Scottish Power. These connections also include New Cumnock – Margree, New Cumnock - Dunhill – Blackhill, Blackhill - Glenglass Hill, Dun Hill.

Client Overview

Scottish Power is a major UK energy provider, owned by the Spanish energy firm Iberdrola, one of the largest utility companies in the world focused on delivering a sustainable, greener energy future.

Project Details

The project is to Design & Construct a new 6.2km 132kV Single Circuit, 4 Wire Heavy Duty Wood Pole (HDWP) overhead line between the new proposed 132Kv Windfarm substation at Dersalloch and the new 275/132kV substation at New Cumnock. Conductors are 200mm2 AAAC (Poplar) Conductors and underslung OPGW (Horse equivalent) 70mm2 AACSR/ACS.

A number of distribution (LV) overhead line crossings will also need to be moved underground prior to the works taking place.

The project is commencing in July 2015 and will be complete by December 2015.

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