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Galliford Try Secures £33 Million Water Work

Galliford Try has announced that it has been awarded a £33M contract by Northumbrian Water to design and build an advanced anaerobic digestion plant.

The plant will be built in partnership with Imtech Process Limited, at Howdon Sewage Treatment Works in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The project is due for completion by September 2012.

Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald said: “We are delighted to secure Northumbrian Water as a new client for our water business.

“This significant project builds on our track record in delivering both clean and waste water infrastructure projects.

“Galliford Try is one of the UK’s leading infrastructure contractors to the water industry, working under five year asset management programmes as well as on single projects for seven of the country’s major water utility businesses.”

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