Water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has secured a three year contract with Anglian Water to repair and refurbish treated water storage structures.
New details of future government business opportunities published today by the Cabinet Office show that in the last twelve months the Government’s construction pipeline has halved to £19.2 billion – down from £40 billion in May 2012.
Six major consultancies have been appointed to the Environment Agency’s (EA) National Contaminated Land Consultancy Framework, worth around £10 million.
Danish- headquartered company Brodersen has been awarded the contract to supply more than 1500 telemetry outstations to Thames Water in frameworks AMP5 and AMP6 extending to 2020.
Six consortia are in the race to become Scottish Water’s Q&S IV capital investment programme Alliance Partners, in contracts worth up to £1.5bn.
May Gurney has been awarded a number of important framework agreements under United Utilities’ new integrated service delivery model.
International infrastructure group Balfour Beatty plc today announced that its joint venture with Skanska and MWH Global, SMB, has secured a seven-yearAMP6 contract with Thames Water which will help to ensure the resilience of the water infrastructure in London and the South for future generations.
Anglian Water has awarded May Gurney a new £6m per annum sewer repair and maintenance framework covering the counties of Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.
Birse Civils, a Balfour Beatty company, has been appointed by The Environment Agency as their delivery partner for a £21 million Flood Alleviation Scheme in Morpeth, Northumberland.
Hyder Consulting UK’s Rivers and Coastal Team has secured a contract with Devon County Council to provide flood risk management services.