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Contractor named on major South West Water framework

Mayflower water treatment works

Nomenca, part of North Midland Construction, has won both major and minor work lots for the mechanical and electrical capital works framework contract for South West Water (SWW). 

The framework covers AMP6 and AMP7 water and wastewater infrastructure projects across the region.  

The framework covers the supply of mechanical, electrical instrumentation, controls and automation (MEICA) systems and associated civil engineering work. 

The framework runs for three years, with an option for SWW to extend the work to 2026.  

Northern Midland Construction’s parent NM Group works with water and wastewater suppliers across the UK, and has a 15 year history of working with SWW.  

NM Group business development director Mark Hanrahan said: “This is a fantastic achievement for Nomenca and continues our long history of supporting SWW. This will help to build on our long-term commitment in people, facilities and skills development in the South West region.” 

South West Water’s head of contracts, commercial and estates, Les Metcalfe, said: “We’re delighted to officially welcome Nomenca on board to support the delivery of our AMP6 and AMP7 capital projects.   

“This is a particularly exciting time for us, with the company’s flagship £60M Mayflower Water Treatment Works nearing completion and a number of innovative capital projects in the pipeline for 2020-2025.” 

NM Group employs 1,700 people across 12 offices and manufacturing sites across the UK. 

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