South East Water extends Enisca Browne frameworks
Enisca Browne Limited has announced that it has secured extensions to its minor and intermediate non-infrastructure frameworks with South East Water through to the end of AMP7.
Formed in 2015 to deliver non-infrastructure and MEICA contracts to the UK water sector, Enisca Browne has brought together the skills of parent companies Enisca and J Browne.
The framework extensions will see Enisca Browne continue to work collaboratively with South East Water until at least 2025, with the potential of a further extension to 2030.
The work involves the civil and mechanical design, construction, refurbishment and commissioning of water treatment works and pumping stations across South East Water’s supply area, serving parts of Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire.
South East Water’s head of engineering, Desmond Brown, said: "We are delighted to extend Enisca Browne’s frameworks for the next investment period and to continue to work with their teams delivering our AMP7 programme of works.
"Collaborating as a partnership ensures we can innovate on the latest technologies and methods in the industry, helping provide an excellent service for our customers, both now and as part of a sustainable future for water."
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