Yorkshire Water has appointed Galliford Try to its infrastructure framework for AMP7 in a five-year deal worth about £30m with an option for extension into AMP 8.
Under the deal Galliford Try, with its design partner, GHD, will cover the clean water and sewerage networks, focusing on the rehabilitation and replacement of below-ground assets. It will, said Galliford Try, enable Yorkshire to achieve performance commitments including reducing leakage, water supply interruptions and flooding as well as improving drinking water quality.
Yorkshire, last summer, allocated to Galliford Try to its £1bn “complex civils” framework covering the design, build and refurbishment of clean and wastewater treatment assets. Galliford Try said it expects to secure work from the framework worth about £15m-20m a year.