Mouchel signs up to United Utilities’ AMP5 framework

Posted: Wednesday 21st July 2010

Consulting and business services group Mouchel, part of the KMI Plus joint venture with Murphy Group, Interserve Project Services and Kier Construction, has now signed a major asset management programme (AMP5) contract with United Utilities.

KMI Plus will deliver modifications and the refurbishment of existing non-infrastructure assets under the United Utilities’ AMP5 Process Partner framework contract, worth a total of £800m over the next five years. This extends, until 2015, the successful partnership between United Utilities and KMI Plus that began during the AMP3 period.

“We continue to build on our expertise in the market, and to develop our experience in line with industry best practice,” said Tom Rowe, Mouchel Operating Group Director, Engineering & Environment. “This approach, along with our investment in partnerships and collaborative working, has already ensured project certainty for our customers, and we will continue to deliver this over the next investment period.”

United Utilities’ Chris Jaques, General Manager, Process Alliance, added: “We recently announced a bumper £3.6 billion investment plan for the North West of England. Our massive plans are especially good news for the region’s economy, jobs and for construction firms such as KMI Plus.

“We have a wide range of projects over the next five-years, from major pipeline replacements and flood protection schemes, through to improvements to the security and reliability of clean water and wastewater networks. By delivering these schemes the day-to-day lives of our seven million customers will improve.”

The United Utilities contract builds on Mouchel’s considerable AMP5 success to date, including framework wins for Thames Water, Severn Trent Water, Wessex Water, Yorkshire Water Services and South West Water.

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