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Four win places on Northumbrian Water framework

Four firms have been selected for Northumbrian Water’s latest framework.

Fastflow, Crossglade, Lowman, and T4 Survey have been appointed to deliver maintenance and improvement work across the utility’s drinking water infrastructure.

The contracts cover network improvements, water mains installation and renewals, new service and meter connections, repairs and maintenance, enabling works and reinstatement.

The nine-year framework is worth around £37M in total per year.

It will run for an initial three years with the option to extend by a further six years.

The contract covers north east England and East Anglia, where Northumbrian Water operates as Essex & Suffolk Water.

Fastflow Pipeline Services has won won the biggest share of work, worth £20.5M a year in the north east and £9.5M in East Anglia.

Crossglade’s contract is worth £5M a year. Lowman and T4 Survey will each deliver work worth £1M a year.

John Devall, Water Director for Northumbrian Water, said: “The work is of a specialised nature and the selected companies have a strong presence in the regions we operate in and, in turn, their success will also have a positive impact on a diverse and wide group of businesses regions-wide.”

Further framework contract announcements will follow next year when Northumbrian Water’s names its chosen partners to deliver investment for the company’s treatment and sewerage assets.



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