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Yorkshire Water names final AMP7 framework winners

Yorkshire Water names final AMP7 framework winners

The last set of framework awards complete a 12-month AMP7 procurement process following the recent announcements of the MEICA and Civils framework awards. The £400m Infrastructure Networks framework covers the delivery of infrastructure pipeline projects for both clean and wastewater assets.

Thames Tideway Tunnels Project

Thames Tideway Tunnels Project

The Thames Tideway scheme – coupling improvements to London’s three main wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) with the construction of a storage-and-transfer tunnel nearly 35km long – forms one of the city’s most ambitious wast...

Peatland work kick-starts multi-million pound project

Peatland work kick-starts multi-million pound project

A programme of peatland restoration has kick-started a £2.1million natural flood management (NFM) project in the North East. It will help reduce flooding further down the dale, as well as encouraging carbon capture and improving the land for nature.

£1.5 Million Glasgow Water Deal For Fastflow

£1.5 Million Glasgow Water Deal For Fastflow

The Fastflow Group, a utilities and property services specialist, has been engaged to carry out a major water mains diversion for Glasgow’s biggest regeneration project.   The £1.5 million contract involves the installation of arou...

Scottish Water begins environmental investment project

Scottish Water begins environmental investment project

Scottish Water is embarking on a major project on its wastewater infrastructure in the West End of Glasgow to improve the environment and water quality in the River Kelvin.   The project forms part of Scottish Water’s £250 million,...

South East Water starts £4.3m Canterbury WTW upgrade

South East Water starts £4.3m Canterbury WTW upgrade

South East Water is about to commence work on a multi-million pound upgrade of the Kingston water treatment works, near Canterbury, to improve the quality of its water and to upgrade existing boreholes which collect ground water.

Work starts on £120m Scottish Water Renfrewshire project

Work starts on £120m Scottish Water Renfrewshire project

Preparatory works have begun on the first phase of the £120m, 13-mile long drinking water network which is expected to benefit over 200,000 people in Ayrshire and East Renfrewshire.   The improvement works follow on from an ann...

Calif. plans $15.7B water project

Calif. plans $15.7B water project

California is proposing its most ambitious water project in a half-century. At $15.7 billion, it would run two giant tunnels, each four stories high, for 35 miles under the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in Northern California, sending water to cities and farms to the south.

Winning bidders for Thames Tideway Tunnel announced

Winning bidders for Thames Tideway Tunnel announced

According to Rigzone, 71% of respondents in a survey of 963 UK oil workers are considering moving overseas to find work due to a lack of job security in the North Sea and Scotland. 52% of those surveyed by Rigzone also reported a lack of co...

Northumberland treatment plant to get £2.2m upgrade

Northumberland treatment plant to get £2.2m upgrade

Northumbrian Water’s Warkworth Water Treatment Works (WTW) is to undergo a £2.2m refurbishment in a bid to help maintain and enhance top quality drinking water for the future.   The facility currently treats up to 42 mill...

Tamesis completes latest phase on Beckon STW

Tamesis completes latest phase on Beckon STW

Completion of Beckton Sewage Treatment Works (STW) has moved a step closer since the take-over of Section Five having been granted at the site by Thames Water. Section Six – the final scope of the works – is expected to be completed by March 2015.

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