Stantec wins Bristol Water AMP7 contract
Bristol Water has appointed Stantec and partners APEM as one of four suppliers on its AMP7 WINEP framework, to deliver part of its overall water resource, drought planning and environment monitoring and assessment programme.
Bristol Water has appointed Stantec and partners APEM as one of four suppliers on its AMP7 WINEP framework, to deliver part of its overall Water Resource, Drought Planning and Environment Monitoring & Assessment programme.
This appointment follows on from Stantec and APEM’s successful delivery of Phase 1 of Bristol Water’s AMP7 WINEP abstraction investigations.
Technical specialists from across Stantec and APEM will work together to support Bristol Water, delivering expertise in sustainable abstraction, water quality and catchment investigations, alongside other areas of their National Environment Programme.
Paul Daily, Stantec’s Water Group Director for Environmental Services said: “Bristol Water’s decision to appoint Stantec as framework supplier is great recognition of our capabilities and collaborative approach. We look forward to Stantec providing Bristol Water with the highest levels of technical expertise to support the delivery of its AMP7 WINEP programme.”
Jon Cooke, Environmental Services Director, added: "We're delighted with our selection which will see us provide further support to delivering the UK water industry’s environmental programme. This strengthens Stantec’s growing presence in the South West of England and allows us to build on our extensive capability and knowledge of water resource planning.”
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