Contractor Galliford Try today announced that it has won over £100M, and potentially up to £500M, worth of work under Thames Water’s AMP5 frameworks for the next five years.
The process contract involves upgrading water and waste water treatment facilities in north and south London in joint venture with consultants Mott MacDonald and Biwater. Meanwhile, the network contract to improve water pipelines and sewers in south London will be carried out in joint venture with Morrison Utility Services.
“We are delighted to extend our relationship with Thames Water as one of its delivery partners,” said Galliford Try chief executive Greg Fitzgerald. “This appointment adds to the AMP5 frameworks we have already renewed with five other water clients and underlines our position as a leading contractor to the UK water industry.”