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Costain wins Anglian Water work

Costain has been awarded a one-year framework to carry out minor civils work for Anglian Water, which supplies 1.2bn.l of water every day to its customers in the east of England and Hartlepool.

Commencing immediately, the framework consists of undertaking small scale repairs of buildings across the Anglian Water estate. The company operates 1,257 water and wastewater treatment works, or around a quarter of all those in England and Wales.

The framework is Costain’s first with Anglian Water.

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  • Barry Walton

    To the extent that it matters, Anglian would appear to operate around 1267 works perhaps in the medium to smaller size ranges for the WASCOs so rather less than twenty percent of one estimated total of 6,425. That total seems to exclude disinfected river intakes and boreholes.

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