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Anglian Water reselects @one Alliance framework for AMP5

Anglian Water Services, part of the Anglian Water Group, has extended the contract with the @one Alliance into AMP5 (2010-15 investment period).

The alliance will be responsible for delivering over half of Anglian Water’s AMP5 capital programme equating to more than £1bn.

The alliance is formed by the following companies:

  • Anglian Water Engineering
  • Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions
  • Barhale Construction
  • Biwater Treatment
  • Black & Veatch
  • Grontmij
  • Skanska Construction UK
  • Aker Solutions E&C

“The key challenge for the alliance will be responding to the efficiencies set by Anglian Water to ensure that schemes are effectively  delivered and that Anglian Water customers benefit from the investment as quickly as possible,” said Anglian Water director of asset management Chris Newsome.

Readers' comments (4)

  • I think Mott MacDonald should be on this list as well.

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  • When is the AMP5 programed to start and who has the construction amp? thats what we want to know

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  • I think Mott MacDonald should be on this list as well.

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  • AMP 5 is starting in april so site engineer roles may be up for grabs lets hope

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