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Firms share Severn Trent framework

Six contractors have secured a place in Severn Trent Water’s £40M property framework.

The three-year project involves refurbishment and modernisation of facilities in an area extending from the Humber Estuary to the Bristol Channel, and from mid Wales to the East Midlands.

Allenbuild, BAM and ISG will share larger projects worth £1M and above. Projects below £1M will be handled by Britcon, ISG and Interserve.

Maintenance and building group Interserve had recently been chosen as a preferred partner for a £60M project for Thames Water.

Interserve chief executive Adrian Ringrose said: “This framework further extends our long and successful relationship with Severn Trent and is another important win within the water industry, where we have built a strong market position.”

Bryan Hemmings of Severn Trent commented: “Our strategic aim is to be the Best Water Company in the UK with the lowest charges, and the highest standards.

“Providing our workforce with excellent facilities is key to this and we are delighted that Interserve will be working with us to achieve this.”

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