Alumni Notes: Nancy Tuor Moore '71
Author: PSU Alumni Association
Posted: June 26, 2014

Keller Group plc ("Keller"), the international ground engineering specialist,
announces the appointment of Nancy Tuor Moore as an independent Non-executive
Director with effect from today's date. She will chair Keller's Health, Safety
& Environment Committee and be a member of the Nominations Committee and Audit

Between 1992 and 2012, Nancy served three terms of three years each on the
board of directors of CH2M Hill, Inc., a global leader in consulting design,
design-build and project management, latterly as Group President and Corporate
Sponsor for Sustainability. Prior to that, she held a number of senior
executive roles within CH2M Hill, both in the US and internationally, most
notably leading the Rocky Flats Closure Project in Golden, Colorado, the
world's largest nuclear environmental clean-up programme, and delivering the
Masdar City Project development, the desert community that aims to be carbon
neutral and zero waste, in Abu Dhabi.

Nancy is a Non-executive Director on the board of Global Food Exchange, a
for-profit, venture-backed disaster response firm, and a member of the Board of
Governors for Colorado State University. She has a degree in Economics from
Portland State University.

Roy Franklin, Chairman of Keller, commented:

"We are delighted to announce this appointment. Nancy's extensive international
business experience, together with her proven record in winning and safely
delivering both global and local contracts, will enable her to make a
significant contribution to the Keller board."

There is no additional information required to be disclosed pursuant to
paragraph LR9.6.13R of the Listing Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority.