GRAHAM has been awarded a location on Great deal 3 of Northern Ireland (NI) Water’s IF105 Integrated Partnerships Framework.
Developed simply by NI Water to aid the delivery of the proposed sewerage and water funds investments, the civil engineering expert will deliver a variety of maintenance and expense projects upon water and sewerage infrastructure and non-infrastructure throughout NI Water’s assets regarding a short four-year term with expansion options for an additional four years altogether.
The framework includes three multi-party Lots the following:
- Lot 1 Drinking water and Sewerage Infrastructure Functions (£240 million)
- Lot 2 Drinking water and Sewerage Non-Infrastructure Functions (£240 million)
- Lot 3 Drinking water and Sewerage Infrastructure and Non-Infrastructure Functions (£1.2 billion)
The framework award comes after a continuing portfolio of work amounting to over £20 million that GRAHAM’s Civil Engineering division is usually delivering for NI Drinking water.
GRAHAM’s Agreements Director for Civil Engineering, PJ McCaffery, said: “Our focus is to work within partnership to operate a vehicle greater efficiencies and worth for NI Drinking water through high grade project management and shipping.
“We’ve enjoyed a solid partnership with NI Drinking water for several years now and so are currently involved with various enhancement, servicing and upgrade schemes over the national country. The award of the Integrated Partnerships Framework Great deal will more strengthen our connection and offer a great possibility to showcase our wide-ranging civil engineering knowledge, collaboration and development skills in the drinking water sector.”
GRAHAM joins contractors BSG Civil Engineering, DLJ JV, Farrans Glan Agua JV, GEDA J and Structure Murphy/Dawson WAM JV in delivering tasks on Great deal 3 of the framework.