Deals come as result of Thames Water AMP5 framework

A Galliford Try, MWH Treatment and Mott MacDonald joint venture has won £80m of contracts under the AMP5 framework contract with Thames Water.

The contracts include:

The £28m development of sludge treatment and storage facilities at three waste water treatment works at Camberley, Chertsey (both in Surrey)and Crawley (West Sussex) so that they comply with the Nitrate Vulnerable Zone regulations.

A £27m contract to modify processes at Deephams waste water treatment works in Edmonton (north London) to facilitate the removal of phosphates and improve sludge treatment at the site.

Greg Fitzgerald, Chief Executive of Galliford Try, commented:

“We are delighted to secure this additional business from an existing framework client. It builds on our track record in delivering both clean and waste water infrastructure projects.

“Galliford Try is one of the UK’s leading infrastructure contractors to the water industry, working under five-year asset management programmes as well as on single projects for seven of the country’s major water utility businesses.”