nmcn wins place on Yorkshire Water framework
nmcn has been awarded a place on Yorkshire Water's Permanent Access Fabrication framework.
The contractor has won all three lots (small/medium/large) with the value being circa £2m - £3m per year.
The framework will run for five years with the option to extend for a further two years. nmcn Fabrications have been a YWS framework supplier for access metal work since 2012 and were successful in re bidding the framework along with three other suppliers.
The scope of works will include the supply of goods and services in relation to the design, supply and installation of permanent access fabrications.
Craig Smith, nmcn general manager Fabrications, commented: “This is fantastic news for the business and enables us to further develop our long-standing relationship with Yorkshire Water.”
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