Nomenca awarded five-year AMP6 Wessex Water contract

Nomenca awarded five-year AMP6 Wessex Water contract

Specialist MEICA Contractor, Nomenca Limited, has secured a five-year framework agreement with Wessex Water Services to deliver a range of projects throughout AMP6. Nomenca has a long-standing relationship with Wessex Water, having worked with them for over ten years.

 

Most recently, Nomenca was selected as one of Wessex Water’s operations, electrical, mechanical and instrumentation partners.

 

The projects include the construction of new assets and the refurbishment, modifications to, and maintenance of existing assets above and below ground which are associated with waste water treatment works, water treatment works and related treatment process packages.

 

Commenting on the contract win, Nomenca’s managing director, Andy Langman, said: “Wessex Water is a key client for Nomenca and we are proud to have been selected for this framework. It is a great opportunity to further our relationship with Wessex Water and to continue investing in our growing teams in the South West.”

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