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Engineering works and construction works

Warrington Borough Council | Published February 11, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
cpvs
45220000

Engineering works and construction works

Construction work for schools.

Warrington Borough Council | Published November 11, 2014
Winner
Gallifrod Try Building LimitedCowley Business, Park CowleyUxbridge UB8 2AL
cpvs
45214210, 45210000, 71000000

Design and Construction work at a number of primary schools in Warrington.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Sellafield Ltd | Published June 30, 2016
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Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Wastewater treatment plant construction work

United Utilities Water Ltd | Published October 11, 2016
cpvs
45252127

Design, procurement, construction, commissioning and operation/optimisation (for a period of time to be determined) of new and refurbished assets of the waste-water treatment facilities at the Ellesmere PortWWTW.

Williamsgate to Summergrove Water Main Construction.

United Utilities Water Ltd | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
cpvs
44161200, 45231110, 45231100, 45232100, 71322200, 71322000, 31311000, 71510000, 71351500, 45111250, 45111200, 45112000, 45231112, 72242000, 45247130

The detailed design, construction and commissioning of approximately 24 km of large diameter water mains in the West Cumbria region.

Construction work

Sellafield Limited | Published November 29, 2014
cpvs
45000000, 45300000, 45310000, 45350000, 71320000

Construction work

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Sellafield Ltd | Published May 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
cpvs
71000000, 45000000, 45200000, 45213250, 45222100, 45222110, 66140000, 71240000, 71242000, 71243000, 71244000, 71245000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000, 71311100, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71322100, 71323000, 71324000, 71330000, 71340000, 71350000, 71540000, 71541000, 72224000, 79410000, 79421000, 79994000

Sellafield Ltd (‘SL’) wants to bring together four partners (‘Lot Partners’) to collaborate with one another and with SL to deliver the portfolio of Major Projects SL will be expected to deliver under its Site Licence obligations over the next 20 years. As part of delivering this portfolio of Major Projects, SL wants to use the expertise of these Lot Partners to help improve the outcomes of Major Projects (e.g. delivery to time, to budget), to help develop its internal delivery capabilities (e.g. design and engineering capability) and to bring about Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements. In the first instance SL will require the Lot Partners to deliver three initial projects: SPRS Retreatment Plant, SIXEP Contingency Plant and Replacement Analytical Project (estimated value 1 040 000 000 GBP — 1 740 000 000 GBP). SL may require Lot Partners to deliver further Major Projects (subject to more detailed project definition and following relevant internal approvals) (estimated value 1 960-2 760 000 000 GBP).

The Integration Partner will be required to provide strategic and enabling project management support as required to structure and deliver the portfolio of Major Projects under the PPP Project. The scope of Lot 1 comprises Major Projects and Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements:

Major Projects.

Services in support of the delivery of these Major Projects individually and at a programme level will include but not be limited to:

— Coordinating the development and delivery for the PPP Partnership of a socio impact strategy and related strategies for organisational design, resource management, Best Athlete selection, accommodation and communications;

— Coordinating the definition of the delivery strategy for the Major Projects including an overall acquisition strategy for the potential full portfolio of projects, resource and capability planning;

— Coordinating and overseeing logistic requirements for Major Projects on behalf of the PPP Partnership;

— Working with Sellafield Ltd to define the project controls and commercial support arrangements for the portfolio and the individual projects within it;

— Coordinating the population of the project management structure for the Major Projects alongside SL;

— Providing access to expertise in project management as required to deliver the portfolio of Major Projects and Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements;

— Coordinating continuous improvement activities with the other three Lot Partners, including the development and implementation of cultural change programmes;

— Coordinating the development of business and IT systems for the PPP Partnership including an integrated management system, BIM strategy development and commercial systems;

— Coordinating EHSS&Q across the PPP Partnership including document control;

— Coordinating engagement with SL's Enterprise Portfolio Office (" EPO") and the individual SL programmes to develop the future Major Projects, deliver studies and an integrated schedule of Major Projects to optimise costs and delivery schedules;

— Providing project controls, estimating, quantity surveying, risk management and commercial support to develop and deliver project business cases and acquisition strategies;

— Supporting SL to develop and improve its programme and project management arrangements, including support to the CDM client; and

— Subcontracting some of these services to other organisations as appropriate.

All of the above services will support integration between the Lot Partners and support SL in its role as a PPP Partner. As with the other Lot Partners, the Integration Partner will be required to work with the other PPP Partners (i.e. the Lot Partners and SL) to develop an aligned delivery culture for the PPP Partnership. SL will also make available people from within its organisation to work within the PPP Partnership to support the Lot Partners in the delivery of their respective services and works (see the Memorandum of Information ("MOI") issued as part of the procurement documents).

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements.

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements under Lot 1 may include, but will not be limited to: leading business improvements such as BIM, single integrated project IT systems, etc on behalf of the PPP Partnership; providing professional services expertise to SL such as: QS support and related commercial services; project controls; and project management.

Sellafield Ltd requires a Design and Engineering Partner with considerable design delivery expertise in a highly regulated industry to provide the design and engineering capability and services required to deliver the Major Projects and Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements under the PPP Project and to lead in the improvement and management of the design and engineering capability within Sellafield Ltd. A key element of the Design and Engineering Partner's role will be coordinating input from the other Lot Partners, in particular the Lot 3 Civils Construction Partner and Lot 4 Process Construction Partner, to optimise design, constructability and associated costings.

The scope of Lot 2 comprises Major Projects and Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements. These two elements are explained in more detail below.

Major Projects.

Services in support of the delivery of these Major Projects individually and at a programme level will include but not be limited to:

— Coordinating design and engineering management arrangements for the Major Projects in conjunction with the PPP Partnership;

— Providing resource and capability to deliver multi-discipline design and engineering elements of the Major Projects throughout the project lifecycle, including support to studies, construction, procurement and commissioning;

— Delivering the design, engineering and safety case input for the Major Projects in conjunction with the PPP Partnership;

— Leading the delivery of value engineering and value management throughout the project lifecycle;

— Identifying, resourcing, coordinating and supplementing the population of the design and engineering management structure for the Major Projects, including the CDM Principal Designer;

— Supporting the PPP Partnership in the development of costs and delivery schedules for Major Projects;

— Supporting the PPP Partnership in engaging with Sellafield Ltd's EPO to plan the forward workload of Major Projects;

— Supporting the PPP Partnership in defining the delivery strategy for the PPP Project, including an overall acquisition strategy for potential Major Projects, and resource and engineering capability planning for the projects identified;

— Supporting the PPP Partnership to develop and improve design and engineering management, and engineering delivery, starting with the delivery of the initial three Major Projects;

— Potentially providing accommodation for the PPP Partnership; and

— Subcontracting to other organisations as appropriate.

As with the other Lot Partners, the Design and Engineering Partner will be required to work with the other PPP Partners (i.e. the Lot Partners and Sellafield Ltd) to develop an aligned delivery culture for the PPP Partnership. Sellafield Ltd will also make available people from within its organisation to work within the PPP Partnership to support the Lot Partners in the delivery of their respective services and works (see further MOI).

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements.

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements will include, but not be limited to: leading business improvements such as design standards, computer aided engineering (‘CAE’) tools, etc; and providing design and engineering management capability to support Sellafield Ltd in the management of its design service to the wider business.

SL requires a Civils Construction Partner with considerable construction management expertise in a regulated industry to contribute to Major Projects solutions and to manage and deliver the construction of Major Projects. In the early years these will be predominantly Major Projects with a civil and structural works bias but this focus may change over time. As regards the initial Major Projects, it is anticipated that the Lot 3 Civils Construction Partner will be the lead Construction Partner for the SRP project, whilst the Lot 4 Process Construction Partner will be the lead Construction Partner for the SCP Project. For the construction element of the other Major Projects, SL anticipates that approximately 50 % will be led by the Lot 3 Partner. This proportion and the methodologies for the allocation of the construction elements of Major Projects will be further developed in the ITN and post award as part of the comprehensive procurement plan for the PPP Partnership.

The Lot 3 & Lot 4 Partners will work collaboratively together (and with the other Partners) to develop an integrated supply chain as part of the procurement plan for the PPP Partnership to deliver the portfolio of Major Projects.

The scope of Lot 3 comprises Major Projects and Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements. These two elements are explained in more detail below.

Major Projects

Services in support of the delivery of these Major Projects individually and at a programme level will include but not be limited to:

— Managing the procurement and delivery of all services, materials and equipment required to deliver the construction programme including the provision, integration, quality management and oversight of supply chain arrangements, which shall also incorporate the use of existing SL supply chain arrangements (such as category management contracts) for the construction supply chain;

— Managing the construction of Major Projects including:

construction phase planning and associated logistics;

— on site construction, installation and commissioning including the management, inspection and quality assurance of these activities;

— Supporting SL in its capacity as Intelligent Customer in the active commissioning of Major Projects;

— Supporting the Lot 1 Partner in defining the delivery strategy for the Major Projects, including an overall acquisition strategy, cost estimates and delivery schedule development for the potential full portfolio of Major Projects, and resource and capability planning;

— Support to the Lot 1 and 2 Partners throughout the project lifecycle in regard to constructability reviews, value engineering and value management, to ensure the integration of construction consideration and expertise into all phases of a Major Project;

— Supporting the PPP Partnership in developing and improving its construction arrangements through provision of expertise in construction methodology and benchmarking, including design to support construction's phased delivery and appropriate modularisation; and

— Supporting the Lot 1 and Lot 2 Partners in engaging with SL's EPO and programmes to develop the portfolio of future Major Projects, deliver studies and develop the forward schedule of Major Projects.

As with the other Lot Partners, the Civils Construction Partner will be required to work with the other PPP Partners (i.e. the Lot Partners and SL) to develop an aligned delivery culture for the PPP Partnership. SL will also make available people from within its organisation to work within the PPP Partnership to support the Lot Partners in the delivery of their respective services and works (see MOI).

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements will include but not be limited to (alongside the Lot 4 Partner): leading business improvements such as lean construction techniques, access services, logistics etc; and the provision of construction management professionals to support SL on non-Major Projects.

SL requires a Process Construction Partner with considerable construction management expertise in a regulated industry to contribute to Major Projects solutions and to manage and deliver the construction of Major Projects. In the early years these will be predominantly Major Projects with a process plant bias but this focus may change over time.

As regards the initial Major Projects, it is anticipated that the Lot 4 Process Construction Partner will be the lead Construction Partner for the SCP project, whilst the Lot 3 Civils Construction Partner will be the lead Construction Partner for the SRP Project. For the construction element of the other Major Projects, SL anticipates that approximately 50 % will be led by the Lot 4 Partner. This proportion and the methodologies for the allocation of the construction elements of Major Projects will be further developed in the ITN and post award as part of the comprehensive procurement plan for the PPP Partnership.

The Lot 4 and Lot 3 Partners will work collaboratively together (and with the other PPP Partners) to develop an integrated supply chain as part of the procurement plan for the PPP Partnership to deliver the portfolio of Major Projects.

The scope of Lot 4 comprises Major Projects and Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements.

Major Projects

Services in support of the delivery of these Major Projects individually and at a programme level will include but not be limited to:

— Managing the procurement and delivery of all services, materials and equipment required to deliver the construction programme including the provision, integration, quality management and oversight of supply chain arrangements, also incorporating the use of existing SL supply chain arrangements (such as category management contracts) for the construction supply chain;

— Managing the construction of Major Projects including:

construction phase planning and associated logistics;

— onsite construction, installation and commissioning including the management, inspection and quality assurance of these activities;

— Supporting SL in its capacity as Intelligent Customer in the commissioning of Major Projects;

— Supporting the Lot 1 Partner in defining the delivery strategy for the Major Projects, including an overall acquisition strategy, cost estimates and delivery schedule development for the potential full portfolio of Major Projects, resource and capability planning;

— Support to the Lot 1 and 2 Partners throughout the project lifecycle in regard to constructability reviews, value engineering and value management, to ensure the integration of construction consideration and expertise into all phases of a Major Project;

— Supporting the PPP Partnership in developing and improving its construction arrangements through provision of expertise in construction methodology and benchmarking including design to support construction's phased delivery and appropriate modularisation; and

— Supporting the Lot 1 and Lot 2 Partners in engaging with SL's EPO and programmes to develop the future Major Projects, deliver studies and develop the forward schedule of Major Projects.

As with the other Lot Partners, the Process Construction Partner will be required to work with the other PPP Partners (i.e. the Lot Partners and Sellafield Ltd) to develop an aligned delivery culture for the PPP Partnership. SL will also make available people from within its organisation to work within the PPP Partnership to support the Lot Partners in the delivery of their respective services and works (see MOI).

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements

Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements will include but not be limited to (alongside the Lot 3 Partner): leading business improvements such as lean construction techniques, access services, logistics etc; and the provision of construction management professionals to support SL on non-Major Projects.

Construction work for schools.

Warrington Borough Council | Published November 11, 2014
Winner
Gallifrod Try Building Limited
cpvs
45214210, 45210000, 71000000

Construction work for schools.

Construction work

Sellafield Ltd | Published January 8, 2015
Winner
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cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45300000, 71300000

Engineering design, procurement, construction, inactive commissioning and support to active commissioning of the Silos Direct Encapsulation Plant.

Construction work

Your Housing Group Limited for and on behalf of itself and its current and future subsidiaries | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
cpvs
45000000, 45300000, 45410000, 45420000, 45432000, 45442180, 45211310, 45421151, 45311000, 71334000, 45331100, 50720000, 45421100, 45421110, 45421112, 45421130, 45421132, 45262640, 45260000, 45262660, 90650000, 45442100

Your Housing Group Limited and its current and future subsidiaries (together the Contracting Authority), is a new generation of housing provider. As a registered provider, we own or manage approximately 33,000 properties across the North West, Yorkshire and the Midlands.

The Contracting Authority and any future group members seek expressions of interest from suitably experienced and qualified Contractors to undertake and deliver their programme of planned refurbishment works across the Group.

Work will include:

Planned maintenance/ improvement work packages to the relevant current British Standards, this includes:

Complete Kitchens and Bathroom installations including all associated works.

Installation, renewal, upgrading, periodic inspection, servicing, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards;

Boiler, storage heater and full central heating replacements including all associated works to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards. Works to central heating systems will be carried out under this lot if the kitchen and or bathroom works are required in the same property.

The provision for environmental works and external works are included within the lot should these be deemed necessary.

All or part of these works will be provided to social dwellings, sheltered schemes and supported and special needs housing (but not limited to) properties owned or managed by the Contracting Authority.

The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide a customer focused service and show a commitment to providing an effective service that provides value for money to the Contracting Authority and their customers whether tenants or leaseholders.

The call off contracts will each be in the form of a term partnering contract based on the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Term Partnering 2005 (amended 2008), under which work will be called off using the task order process. In support of this, all Service Providers appointed pursuant to this procurement will become parties to a Framework Alliancing Contract specifically the FAC-1 aimed at the furtherance of the Contracting Authorities aims in procuring these works.

The programme of works has been divided into two Geographical areas: North & South

The aim of this tender is to create a Framework Agreement which will be split into 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — North (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 2 — South (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 3 — Heating and Boiler Replacement (All Areas).

Potential Service Providers may submit a tender for one or more Lots.

Whilst the Contracting Authority intend to appoint one Service Provider for each Lot the Contracting Authority also reserve the right to appoint a Service Provider for more than one Lot.

The Contract will commence in April 2018 in line with Your Housing Group's financial year.

Work will include:

Planned maintenance/ improvement work packages to the relevant current British Standards, this includes Complete Kitchens and Bathroom installations including all associated works.

Installation, renewal, upgrading, periodic inspection, servicing, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards;

Boiler, storage heater and full central heating replacements including all associated works to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards. Works to central heating systems will be carried out under this lot if the kitchen and or bathroom works are required in the same property.

The provision for environmental works and external works are included within the lot should these be deemed necessary.

All or part of these works will be provided to social dwellings, sheltered schemes and supported and special needs housing (but not limited to) properties owned or managed by the Contracting Authority.

The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide a customer focused service and show a commitment to providing an effective service that provides value for money to the Contracting Authority and their customers whether tenants or leaseholders.

The call off contracts will each be in the form of a term partnering contract based on the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Term

Partnering 2005 (amended 2008), under which work will be called off using the task order process. In support of this, all Service Providers appointed pursuant to this procurement will become parties to a Framework Alliancing Contract specifically the FAC-1 aimed at the furtherance of the Contracting Authorities aims in procuring these works.

The programme of works has been divided into two Geographical areas: North & South.

The aim of this tender is to create a Framework Agreement which will be split into 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — North (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 2 — South (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 3 — Heating and Boiler Replacement (All Areas).

Potential Service Providers may submit a tender for one or more Lots.

Whilst the Contracting Authority intend to appoint one Service Provider for each Lot the Contracting Authority also reserve the right to appoint a Service Provider for more than one Lot.

The Contract will commence in April 2018 in line with Your Housing Group's financial year.

Work will include:

Planned maintenance/ improvement work packages to the relevant current British Standards, this includes Boiler, storage heater and full central heating replacements including all associated works.

Installation, renewal, upgrading, periodic inspection, servicing, testing and maintenance of electrical wiring to current (and revised as appropriate) British Standards;

All or part of these works will be provided to social dwellings, sheltered schemes and supported and special needs housing (but not limited to) properties owned or managed by the Contracting Authority.

The Service Provider(s) will be required to provide a customer focused service and show a commitment to providing an effective service that provides value for money to the Contracting Authority and their customers whether tenants or leaseholders.

The call off contracts will each be in the form of a term partnering contract based on the ACA Standard Form of Contract for Term Partnering 2005 (amended 2008)under which work will be called off using the task order process. In support of this, all Service Providers appointed pursuant to this procurement will become parties to a Framework Alliancing Contract specifically the FAC-1 aimed at the furtherance of the Contracting Authorities aims in procuring these works.

The programme of works has been divided into two Geographical areas: North & South

The aim of this tender is to create a Framework Agreement which will be split into 3 Lots:

Lot 1 — North (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 2 — South (Kitchens, Bathrooms, Heating, Electrical Testing Programme and Environmental).

Lot 3 — Heating and Boiler Replacement (All Areas).

Potential Service Providers may submit a tender for one or more Lots.

Whilst the Contracting Authority intend to appoint one Service Provider for each Lot the Contracting Authority also reserve the right to appoint a Service Provider for more than one Lot.

The Contract will commence in April 2018 in line with Your Housing Group's financial year.

Warrington Bridge Street Quarter, Construction of a new Multi Storey Car Park and associated Highway works.

Warrington Borough Council | Published September 29, 2015
cpvs
45000000

Warrington Bridge Street Quarter, Construction of a new Multi Storey Car Park and associated Highway works.

Architectural, construction, engineering and inspection services

Sellafield Ltd | Published May 5, 2017  -  Deadline June 7, 2017
cpvs
71000000, 45000000, 45200000, 45213250, 45222100, 45222110, 66140000, 71240000, 71242000, 71243000, 71244000, 71245000, 71300000, 71310000, 71311000, 71311100, 71320000, 71321000, 71322000, 71322100, 71323000, 71324000, 71330000, 71340000, 71350000, 71540000, 71541000, 72224000, 79410000, 79421000, 79994000

Sellafield Ltd (‘SL’) wants to bring together four partners (‘Lot Partners’) to collaborate with one another and with SL to deliver the portfolio of Major Projects SL will be expected to deliver under its Site Licence obligations over the next 20 years. As part of delivering this portfolio of Major Projects, SL wants to use the expertise of these Lot Partners to help improve the outcomes of Major Projects (e.g. delivery to time, to budget), to help develop its internal delivery capabilities (e.g. design and engineering capability) and to bring about Site-Wide Project Delivery Improvements. In the first instance SL will require the Lot Partners to deliver three initial projects: SPRS Retreatment Plant, SIXEP Contingency Plant and Replacement Analytical Project (estimated value 1 040 000 000 GBP — 1 740 000 000 GBP). SL may require Lot Partners to deliver further Major Projects (subject to more detailed project definition and following relevant internal approvals) (estimated value 1 960 000 000 GBP — 2 760 000 000 GBP).

Variation of the Delivery Partner Panel 2.

Homes and Communities Agency | Published June 27, 2015
Winner
See Additional Information
cpvs
45211000, 70110000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300, 45211340, 45211341, 45211350, 45211360, 45111000, 45111291, 45215214, 77314000

Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses. Development services of real estate. Construction work for houses. Sheltered housing construction work. Houses construction work. Multi-dwelling buildings construction work. Flats construction work. Multi-functional buildings construction work. Urban development construction work. Demolition, site preparation and clearance work. Site-development work. Residential homes construction work. Grounds maintenance services. Framework of delivery partners who will work with the HCA and other contracting authorities who may decide to take advantage of this framework. The Framework is for 4 years and be split into 4 regional lots with 25 suppliers in each lot.

Variation of the Delivery Partner Panel 2.

Homes and Communities Agency | Published June 27, 2015
Winner
See Additional Information
cpvs
45211000, 70110000, 45211100, 45211200, 45211300, 45211340, 45211341, 45211350, 45211360, 45111000, 45111291, 45215214, 77314000

Construction work for multi-dwelling buildings and individual houses. Development services of real estate. Construction work for houses. Sheltered housing construction work. Houses construction work. Multi-dwelling buildings construction work. Flats construction work. Multi-functional buildings construction work. Urban development construction work. Demolition, site preparation and clearance work. Site-development work. Residential homes construction work. Grounds maintenance services. Framework of delivery partners who will work with the HCA and other contracting authorities who may decide to take advantage of this framework. The Framework is for 4 years and be split into 4 regional lots with 25 suppliers in each lot.

Former Prudhoe Hospital.

Homes and Communities Agency | Published November 22, 2014
Winner
Gentoo Group Limited
cpvs
45211300, 45210000

Houses construction work. Building construction work. Contract for the delivery of residential dwellings at the former Prudhoe Hospital site, including refurbishment of grade II Listed Prudhoe Hall and ancillary structures.

Harrowside Outfall Installation.

United Utilities plc | Published March 26, 2015
Winner
J Murphy & Sons
cpvs
45244000

Harrowside Outfall Installation involves the design and construction of a new marine outfall.

HA Tunnels and Conduits Refurbishment.

United Utilities plc | Published December 16, 2014
Winner
J Murphy and Sons Ltd
cpvs
45240000

Design and construction works for the refurbishment of the Haweswater Aqueduct tunnels and conduits.

Anchorsholme Outfall Extension

United Utilities plc | Published August 2, 2016
Winner
J. Murphy &amp; Sons Limited
cpvs
45244000

Anchorsholme Outfall Extension involves the design and construction of a new marine outfall.

Silos direct encapsulation plant project.

Sellafield Ltd | Published January 8, 2015
Winner
AMA Nuclear Limited
cpvs
45000000, 45100000, 45200000, 45300000, 71300000

Engineering design, procurement, construction, inactive commissioning and support to active commissioning of the Silos Direct Encapsulation Plant.

Bridge End to Williams Gate Raw Water Aqueduct.

United Utilities Water Ltd | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
44161200, 45231110, 45231100, 45232100, 71322200, 71322000, 31311000, 71510000, 71351500, 45111250, 45111200, 45112000, 45231112, 72242000, 45247130

The detailed design, construction and commissioning of approximately 32 km of large diameter twin water mains in the West Cumbria region.