United Utilities contract

Posted: Thursday 4th July 2013

Specialist contractors to the Water Industry 'Stonbury' have been awarded a 3 year framework contract (with an option for a 2 year extension) with United Utilities for Water Retaining Structure Remedial Works.

The proposed works will involve the repairs to existing water retaining structures, including but not limited to Service Reservoirs, Water Towers and Water Tanks. Although predominantly the work will be carried out on clean water sites, waste water sites will also be included where necessary.

This award covers the Merseyside and Cheshire (south & west) areas for United Utilities and provides an excellent platform for Stonbury to expand their specialist services within the North West of England.

Stonbury's 5 & 10 year Refurbishment and Cleaning Framework contracts now cover a substantial area across the UK. These include Northumbrian Water (including Essex & Suffolk Water), Yorkshire Water, Welsh Water, United Utilities, Anglian Water, South Staffs Water Company, Affinity Water and Portsmouth Water Company, along with carrying out works with all the other UK Water Companies and their Civil Engineering Framework Partners.

Stonbury Managing Director James Stonor added 'We have worked closely with United Utilities for a number of years, including carrying out refurbishment works along the Thirlmere Aqueduct during critical shutdowns. We have also undertaken Service Reservoir refurbishment projects through their Civils Framework Partners and assisted United Utilities with condition surveys to Service Reservoirs during cleaning shutdowns. We are delighted to now enter in to a formal partnership with United Utilities and we look forward to working closely with them'




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