Harmonic Limited

+44 (0)146 025 6500

Company overview

Harmonic Limited works as a catalyst for its clients, helping them to manage change, take informed action, and build a better future. A specialist in complex delivery and change management, the company was acquired by KBR in 2021. Today, it boasts talented people, innovative proprietary tools, and an agile approach, as well as the reach and impact of a global firm.

Responsive, innovative, skilled, and transformative, Harmonic Limited helps leading rail organisations to deliver their most complex projects on time, achieving sustainable and profitable growth. Its approach (which involves creating a commercial model on a Risk/Reward agreement, linked to the programme’s contractual requirements) sets it apart from competitors.


Delivering business success

Acting as a trusted growth partner, Harmonic Limited helps clients to improve their working practices, manage change, and achieve the very best outcomes. Its areas of expertise include:

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Key principles

Harmonic Limited’s approach is shaped by five key principles:

  • Business advantage.
  • Improving ways of working.
  • Integrated teams.
  • Openness and transparency.
  • Professional behaviours.

Public sector

In the public sector, Harmonic Limited helps clients to achieve:

  • Sales transformation.
  • Digital and solution transformation.
  • Assured transformation delivery.
  • Functional change and excellence.

It takes a multi-disciplinary approach, working across the full project lifecycle – from win to delivery.

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Key clients include:

  • Balfour Beatty.
  • Cabinet Office.
  • Ministry of Defence.
  • Siemens

Private sector

In the private sector, Harmonic Limited helps clients to:

  • Pivot with digital technology (including data migration, normalisation and exploitation, system implementation and integration, and data analytics and business intelligence).
  • Achieve strategic goals (including improving business agility, cutting operating costs, and improving business design and performance.)
  • Navigate a changing world (including financial crime, regulatory change, and surge resource requirements.)