Amey wins £129M maintenance deal with Affinity
Affinity Water has awarded a £129M, five-year deal to public and regulated services provider Amey. The contract is for Affinity's Water's Network Infrastructure Maintenance Agreement, and will see Amey delivering metering installations and planned and reactive maintenance to the water utility.
Amey has worked with Affinity Water for the past ten years providing a range of clean water services including mains renewal, new supply connections to the network, mains cleaning schemes as well as installing around 70km of new water mains every year. It is also the sole contractor for Affinity Water in providing connections to new residential and commercial developments in their network.
Andrew McAlinden, director of Community Operations for Affinity Water, said: “I am delighted to be able to announce that Amey has been successful in being awarded the contract for our Network Infrastructure Maintenance Agreement. We have absolute confidence in their ability to help deliver our Business Plan objectives and ensure our customers continue to receive a high quality water service.”
Mel Ewell, Amey's chief executive, said: “Our teams have a proven track record of employing a range of innovative technologies to minimise disruption for customers and the local community, in line with Affinity Water’s vision. I’m delighted that we are further cementing our relationship through this new contract, supporting Affinity Water in providing a value for money service, and ensuing a reliable supply of high quality drinking water.”
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