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Double Yorkshire Water Win

6th November 2019

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded both Yorkshire Water’s (YWS) Minor Civils Framework Lot 2 and YWS Minor MEICA Framework. 

YWS is one of the region’s largest companies directly employing 3000 employees as well as indirectly employing many more through its contractors, supply chain and support organisations.

Minor Civils Framework Lot 2 – Value £2m per annum

YWS provides water and wastewater services to 5.2 million customers, ensuring the safe delivery of approximately 1.2 billion litres of drinking water every day, and the safe collection and treatment of approximately 1 billion litres of wastewater.

YWS were looking to establish a dual lot, multi-supplier framework to service the business requirement for civil works across the YW estate covering all civil engineering based activities.

Lot 2 aims to cover minor civil works associated with selected above or below ground assets on operational treatment, collection or distribution facilities involving structures as one off projects. Services to include refurbishment/repairs/waterproofing of clean (potable) water and wastewater retaining structures including reservoirs.

Minor MEICA Framework – Value £15m per annum

YWS were looking to establish a multi supplier framework to service the business requirement for Minor MEICA works across the YW estate.

The framework aims to cover minor Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) works, associated with above and below assets typically within a YWS operational treatment site, collection or distribution asset including process treatment and water retaining structures as one-off projects. Minor project work would generally (but not exclusively) be considered as the renewal, refurbishment and similar like for like replacement activities.

The initial contract term on both frameworks will be for 60 months, following this period YW reserves the option to extend for a further 36 months based on the satisfactory performance of the contract by the service provider.

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