M and N awarded two-year framework extension at Anglian Water
Inlet works specialist M&N Electrical & Mechanical Services has been awarded a two-year extension to its existing PPM framework agreement with Anglian Water. The latest deal includes additional scope for a wider portfolio of related plant.
The initial agreement, originally granted in 2012, saw M&N responsible for the service and maintenance of 210 screens. Over the framework period this remit has grown to incorporate a substantial 980 items of inlet works equipment across 445 Anglian Water sites.
Set to run until 2019, M&N’s wider scope includes maintenance of compactors and the ability to add conveyors, washwater systems and macerators.
Of the extension agreement, M&N’s general manager, Stuart Spinney, said: “We have a strong track record working with Anglian Water to ensure the framework PPM programme on its network of inlet works is efficient and effective. The expansion to our PPM framework agreement is a welcome endorsement of the operational and cost benefits we have delivered to date. We look forward to delivering these benefits to the wider range of related equipment moving forward.”
Anthony Brittain, Anglian Water’s service contracts & spares manager, said: “Our long-standing relationship with M&N is a result of their professionalism and results driven culture. They have consistently delivered and enabled us to maintain our focus on implementing robust cost avoidance strategies. Our inlet works operate at optimum capacity thanks to the dedication and attention to detail of the M&N team to our asset maintenance programme.”
M&N’s dedicated Manningtree team provide 24/7, 365-days support across the Anglian Water region, backed up by the resources of the company’s four additional operational hubs strategically placed throughout the UK.
The company’s service and maintenance teams are well resourced to carry out work on site utilising a comprehensive fleet of servicing vehicles and extensive in-house OEM spares provision. Alternatively, where necessary M&N’s in-house heavy lifting and haulage capabilities ensure that equipment can be removed from site to a number of appropriate workshop facilities without the need to rely on third-party involvement.
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