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Severn Trent framework extension for Eric Wright Water
Eric Wright Water, part of the Eric Wright Group, has won a framework extension at Severn Trent. The company will deliver mechanical and electrical repair works across Severn Trent's southern area assets as one of just three companies appointed to the framework.
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