Advance JV Selected for United Utilities AMP6 Capital Delivery Programme Framework

Posted: Wednesday 20th August 2014

Advance, the joint venture between Balfour Beatty and MWH has been selected as a Construction Delivery Partner for United Utilities AMP6 Capital Investment Programme.

Advance will be one of four Construction Delivery Partners working collaboratively with United Utilities to develop and deliver solutions for the company’s capital programme, covering the delivery of clean and waste water, infrastructure and non-infrastructure solutions which will support United Utilities customer promises.

Delivery Partners will start work on a Transition Investment programme in preparation for the start of AMP6 delivery, running from April 2015 to March 2020. The aim is that the delivery partners will build a long-term relationship with United Utilities with the potential for the contracts to be extended up to 2026.

Balfour Beatty Gas & Water Managing Director, Craig McGilvray, said: “We’re very pleased to be an integral part of United Utilities AMP6 cycle with our partners MWH and look forward to working collaboratively with the other framework partners to drive efficiencies and ‘best in class’ customer service to support United Utilities to be a leading North West service provider and one of the best UK water and wastewater companies.”

MWH Treatment Managing Director, Rolfe Nuttall added: “This award is a fantastic opportunity for MWH and Balfour Beatty to bring our complementary capabilities to the United Utilities programme. AMP6 and the TOTEX environment present new challenges for us all and we look forward to bringing the breadth and depth of MWH capability in delivering the best outcomes for United Utilities’ customers through collaboration and innovation.”




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