We are delighted to have secured our place on Yorkshire Water’s (YWS) £400m Infrastructure framework for the delivery of infrastructure pipeline projects for both clean and wastewater assets. The framework is for a period of four years with the option to extend for an additional four years.
This award is in addition to our recently announced place on both the 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.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.
The framework covers infrastructure construction and renewal, refurbishment and replacement works on both clean and waste networks on below ground assets, typically in public highways, and on 3rd party land including: Trunk Main rehabilitation, Mains rehabilitation, Cleaning of Mains, Main Laying, Pipe Lining, Installation of Equipment, loggers, meters, valves, Replacement of Lead Pipes, Design & Construction of Outlets, Investigation activity, Emergency Works and Collapses.
Mark Fryer, our Regional Director commented “Securing the Infrastructure framework for Yorkshire Water is excellent news for our local delivery team. The model Yorkshire Water have adopted for their AMP7 programme is exciting and we are looking forward to working collaboratively with both Yorkshire Water and the other delivery partners. We believe that this partnership approach will deliver sustainable outcomes for customers and we look forward to playing our part in that.”
Yorkshire Water Head of Programme Delivery, Mark Baker, said: “We are delighted to have put in place the final piece of our highly collaborative partnering arrangements for the delivery of our AMP7 programme. We are excited to be embarking on a new way of working which takes us away from a traditional transactional environment and into an Enterprise world which will see new levels of engagement, alignment and collaboration between partners to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.”
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