Galliford Try appointed to three lots on Northumbrian Water Group’s wider ecosystems framework

Topic Environment, Frameworks

Date 14 May 2024

Galliford Try, one of the UK’s leading construction groups, announces that its Environment business has been awarded three lots on Northumbrian Water Group’s Wider Ecosystem Framework. 

The framework covers a 12-year period and includes work across Northumbrian Water’s North East and Essex and Suffolk regions, supporting both the Integrated Delivery Service and the recently announced Living Water Enterprise programmes.

Galliford Try will work on Lot A2 consisting of infrastructure and civil engineering works, and lots B2 and C2 involving treatment and civils activities.

Activities under the Lot A2 framework will provide infrastructure civil engineering services, and could include storm overflow spill reductions, surface water separation, nature-based solutions, network renewals, upgrades, rehabilitation and enhancements on water and wastewater assets across Northumbrian Water’s North East region.

Lots B2 and C2 will deliver a range of multi-discipline upgrades in civils and Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA), including renewals and enhancements to water treatment, wastewater treatment, chemical dosing systems, network pumping stations, impound and service reservoirs, and security systems, across Northumbrian Water’s North East region (Lot B2) as well as, Essex and Suffolk Water’s region for Lot C2.

Mark Shadrick, Managing Director for Galliford Try Environment, commented: “Maximising the opportunities from the next AMP8 phase across the sector is a key focus of our Sustainable Growth Strategy. We are delighted to have been chosen to be a part of this new framework, strengthening our collaboration with Northumbrian Water Group.”

Mark Fryer, Operations Director for Galliford Try Environment, added: “Our appointment for these frameworks builds on Galliford Try’s commitment to Northumbrian Water Group, the excellent performance delivered through AMP7 and demonstrates our growing capabilities in asset optimisation. I am thrilled to continue our relationship with NWG moving into AMP8 and look forward to delivering for their customers.”

Monisha Gower, Assets Director at Northumbrian Water Group, said: “The ecosystem we have built provides a lean and agile delivery community that will play a fundamental role as we scale for AMP8.”