Caledonia Water bags infrastructure contract with Scottish Water


Caledonia Water bags infrastructure contract with Scottish Water

Caledonia Water Alliance – a Morrison Utility Services and AECOM joint venture – has landed a six-year extension on its water infrastructure contract with Scottish Water

Following confirmation of the new agreements, from 2021-2027 Caledonia Water Alliance (CWA) will deliver an estimated £600m of water infrastructure works in Scotland on behalf of Scottish Water.

In addition, Scottish Water has appointed CWA to expand its scope of services to include the delivery of all wastewater infrastructure work for Scotland for the same period.

The wastewater infrastructure works will include sewer flooding, sewer networks/overflows, pipe bridges and wastewater pumping stations.

‘A platform to drive innovation and efficiency’

Peter Carolan, executive director of Morrison Utility Services and CWA JV board member, said: “We are delighted to have secured these agreements with Scottish Water.


“Since 2015 we have delivered over £380m of water network interventions including capital maintenance, water quality, network enhancements and improvements in overall resilience of Scottish Water’s water supply network all aimed at achieving world class customer service for our client.”

David Sanderson, Scottish water account director at Morrison Utility Services, commented: “This reappointment and expansion of our scope reflects CWA’s excellent work and collaboration with Scottish Water over the past six years.

“This provides an excellent platform to drive further innovation and efficiency.”

Chris Gray, AECOM head of water for Europe and CWA JV board member, added: “This is a fantastic opportunity for AECOM and Morrison Utility Services to further improve our integration over the next six years, developing our water and wastewater teams in Scotland, driving efficiency, innovation and net zero carbon with Scottish Water, whilst creating jobs for local apprentices and engineers – leaving a lasting legacy for Scotland.”