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Bristol Water awards framework to Black & Veatch as AMP5 consultant

Black & Veatch is one of two framework partners chosen by Bristol Water to provide design consultancy services associated with the water company’s Asset Management Plan (AMP) 5 Capital Investment Programme 2010 to 2015.

Black & Veatch’s appointment extends its relationship with Bristol Water through AMP4 and advances its position as one of the utility’s Tier 1 service providers. In addition, the appointment includes the option for Bristol Water to extend Black & Veatch’s services through AMP6 to 2020.

The AMP5 Design Consultancy framework will be split into two work programmes for infrastructure and non-infrastructure works. Black & Veatch will be offering feasibility and outline design, as well as ecological and environmental services and specialist services such as GIS, hydraulics and asset management.

Bristol Water’s AMP5 capital programme will invest in new and existing infrastructure associated with the supply of 300Ml of drinking water each day to 1.1M customers in Bristol and the surrounding area. Security and quality of supply will be improved through investment in new and improved water sources, treatment and distribution networks within the region.

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