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Balfours takes two water frameworks

Contractor Balfour Beatty has won two AMP 5 capital contracts worth some £600M - a new £500M contract with United Utilities and an contract extension for Anglian Water.

United Utilities has appointed Balfour Beatty for its AMP 5 infrastructure contract. The total value of the five-year contract is likely to be worth in the region of £500M, covering capital delivery for United Utilities throughout North-West England as part of United Utilities’ AMP 5 long-cycle contract.

Balfour Beatty has also secured a five-year extension, likely to be worth over £100M in total, to its existing alliance partnership contract with Anglian Water.  The extension is part of the @one Alliance £1bn AMP 5 programme and covers the whole of Anglian Water’s region in the East of England.

Balfour Beatty Chief Executive, Ian Tyler, said: “We are delighted to have secured these AMP 5 capital programme contracts.  We look forward to working closely with our customers and drawing on our skills and experience to deliver first-class customer service, excellent health and safety management and innovative ways of working.”

The scope of the work for United Utilities involves the delivery of clean water and wastewater major projects and DG5 flood alleviation schemes.

Both contracts will commence in April 2010.

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