Southern Water seeks four delivery partners for AMP6
Southern Water has issued a tender notice for key delivery partners for its £1.1B AMP6 investment programme. The company wants to appoint up to four delivery partners for the design and build framework, which is divided into two separate lots - infrastructure and non-infrastructure.
The framework value is between £600M and £1.1B, depending on the outcome of regulator Ofwat's determination of Southern Water's planned improvement programme.
Work for the non-infrastructure programme includes:
- Water extraction and treatment works
- Water storage facilities
- Wastewater and sludge storage tanks
- Wastewater and sludge treatment works
- Pumping stations
The infrastructure framework covers work to Southern Water's water assets, including:
- Water supply and distribution pipework, service pipes, valves, meters, chambers
- Wastewater sewer pipework, sewer rehabilitation, valves, penstocks, manholes
- Mechanical and electrical plant and equipment
- Instrumentation, control and automation equipment
Southern Water will separately tender the above Lots, but will combine them if required.
Interested companies will need to turn over more than £165M a year (Lot 1) and above the £120M turnover threshold (Lot 2).
The contract deadline is October 14.
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