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Faithful+Gould wins professional services contract for EDF's UK nuclear new build

EDF Energy is pleased to announce that it has awarded Faithful+Gould Limited, a professional services consultancy agreement to support its UK Nuclear New Build project.

The initial 3 year deal will see Faithful+Gould providing quantity surveyor and contract management support in the areas of procurement and contract management. The contract value is worth in the region of £3M over the initial contract period.

“We’re delighted to be bringing Faithful+Gould on board,” said EDF Energy’s Deputy Director of Procurement, Construction & Project Controls - New Nuclear Build Alan Cumming. “This is a strategic long term consultancy agreement which will see Faithful+Gould providing crucial support to our procurement and contract management team.

“Procurement is one the cornerstones of any large scale development. The support Faithful+Gould provides will play a large role in its delivery.”

Faithful+Gould’s UK chief operating officer Donald Lawson said ” to be awarded this strategic consultancy work from EDF Energy on it’s Nuclear New Build project is great news and I am delighted that we will be working seamlessly with them to ensure that the procurement delivers the best engineering solutions, a robust timetable and a project that will set a benchmark for the industry.”

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