Severn Trent Water picks its AMP6 and 7 consultants
Severn Trent Water has selected Atkins, MWH UK and Jacobs UK for new engineering consultancy framework. All three consultants will work alongside Severn Trent Water's own staff to manage the work across the company's entire area.
The contract, worth £8M to £25M a year, began in August 2013 and are initially for ten years, and supports the feasibility stages of Severn Trent Water’s investment programme through AMP6 and 7.
Andy Smith, water services director for Severn Trent Water, said: “These consultants have proved they are the organisations that we want to build our future partnership with, displaying strengths that will help us deliver excellent service to our customers.
"These new partnerships are about being an integrated team, delivering our objectives to achieve common goals."
Richard Ratcliff, MWH water business director and contract director. said: “MWH will provide feasibility and other services covering both water and wastewater across all above-ground and below-ground assets. We are delighted to have been appointed to this framework and are really looking forward to getting an early start and working with STW on its AMP6 programme now and in future AMP7.”
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