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May Gurney wins £43M water contracts

May Gurney has won new framework contracts with a combined value of up to £43M with its long-term clients Anglian Water and South West Water, for the 2010-2015 period.

The Anglian Water Programme Partner Civil and MEICA contracts cover the whole Anglian Water region and will run for an initial period of three years.

With an anticipated combined value of £20M over the three-year period commencing March 2011, the contracts include activities associated with asset upgrade, maintenance and enhancement of water treatment and waste water treatment facilities.

May Gurney has also expanded its existing long-term relationship with South West Water to become the sole contractor for developer services, mains laying and water rehabilitation. The initial contract period of four years is valued at up to £23M, with a possible extension of a further six years.

All contracts will be managed through May Gurney’s AMP5 Programme for the 2010-2015 regulatory period.

May Gurney chief executive Philip Fellowes-Prynne said: “We are delighted to have been awarded these frameworks which gives us the opportunity to build on our long-term relationships with Anglian Water and South West Water and help them deliver improved customer service and operational efficiency.

“These are significant awards which will be delivered alongside May Gurney’s other AMP5 Frameworks with Anglian Water and South West Water.”

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