Severn Trent seeks more firms for £2.5bn capital programme

Severn Trent seeks more firms for £2.5bn capital programme

Severn Trent Group is aiming to top-up and diversify its supply chain by partnering with more firms for both design & build and build-only works across the water and wastewater network for the remaining AMP7 period.

 

Its main territories for Seven Trent and its north and mid-Wales water company Hafren Dyfrdwy plan to spend £2.5bn during the remaining AMP7 period.

 

Core capabilities required include civils, M&E, green solutions and pipelines with an increased emphasis on digital and innovation.

 

Severn Trent wants to hear expressions of interest from suppliers to support the delivery of a range of capital projects across wastewater and water treatment and pipelines, and its ambitious Green Recovery programme – a £566m scheme that aims to support the UK’s green economic recovery.

 

Hafren Dyfrdwy, which serves customers in and around Powys and Wrexham, wants to hear expressions of interest from suppliers to support the delivery of a variety of projects covering water and wastewater in both networks and treatment.

 

The largest programme of projects is within wastewater treatment covering the whole of Powys.  Hafren Dyfrdwy is particularly interested in hearing from local suppliers based in Wales and the Hafren Dyfrdwy area.

 

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