Date Posted: 20.11.2023
The framework will be awarded via a formal 50:50 JV founded on the collaborative model we have established working closely together on the Bristol Water Network Maintenance Framework since 2019.
The Joint Venture will provide South West Water with a tried and tested delivery model, combining two of the most respected water specialists within the sector. It is on this basis that we have secured the Eastern Super Team element of the Framework covering all of Devon, Bournemouth and Bristol which expands on our strengths and reinforces our commitment to the South West.
The framework will run for an initial 6-year period with a further 5-year extension option potentially taking our partnership through to 2035.
This success is testament to the sector leading collaboration and innovation we have demonstrated since the launch of the current framework with Bristol Water.
“These appointments will help turn our plan – the right one for our region – into reality. We’re already tackling the challenges we face, but with greater investment we can go further and faster. We look forward to working with our partners over the years to come as we deliver the projects to meet the needs of the Greater South West.”
“This award represents a significant success for Envolve Infrastructure and acknowledges the success of our proven collaboration with Network Plus. We will jointly bring our sector leading performance, and the benefit of our Intelligent Partnership developed within Bristol Water, into the South West region. I am extremely proud of the Network Plus Envolve JV which will support South West Water on their AMP 8 aspirations.”
“We are delighted to announce that Pennon Group have chosen to expand our working relationship for the delivery of their vital infrastructure programmes across Devon, Bristol & Bournemouth.
This contract award is a fantastic result and highlights the ongoing success of our teams alongside our joint venture partner, Envolve Infrastructure who successfully deliver Water and Wastewater projects across the South West region to date.”