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ITT Projects wins £1.2M Thames Water aeration deal

ITT Projects has been awarded a £1.2M contract through Interserve Project Services Limited (IPSL), to deliver a complete aeration plant package for Thames Water at Riverside Sewage Treatment Works in east London. 

The contract award follows ITT Projects’ formation earlier this year.

The new aeration plant forms part of Thames Water’s £85M upgrade at Riverside to improve the quality of treated effluent returned to the River Thames and to produce enough renewable energy to power the entire site.

The project will run until the end of 2011 and includes full design, supply, installation and delivery. 

“This is the first £1M plus order for the new projects team.”

Duncan Leathley

ITT WWW projects general manager Duncan Leathley said: “This is the first £1M plus order for the new projects team and customers are recognising how the collective expertise and knowledge from across ITT can add value to their projects.

“It is encouraging that this contract has been awarded to ITT WWW as part of our current framework agreement.”

Interserve Project Services mechanical engineer Bill Measham said: “Based on ITT’s ability to provide the complete package that includes design, product, service and installation, we have been able to work together to come up with a total solution for Riverside.”

ITT Water & Wastewater has four key brands; Flygt, Sanitaire, Wedeco and Leopold. Following the merger in 2008, the projects team was formed in January 2010 to capture this cross divisional knowledge; providing specialist support across the whole business and delivering high quality, cost effective total solutions to its’ customers.

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