Mott MacDonald also part of JV contracted up to upgrade London water treatment facilities
Thames Water has picked a Galliford Try joint venture as contractor for its AMP5 frameworks for the next five years.
The contract, worth initially over £100m of work and potentially up to £500m, will be carried out in joint venture with Biwater, Mott MacDonald and Morrison Utility Services.
The contract involves upgrading water and waste water treatment facilities in both the north and south London regions and improving water pipelines and sewers in south London.
Greg Fitzgerald, chief executive of Galliford Try, said: "We are delighted to extend our relationship with Thames Water as one of its delivery partners. This appointment adds to the AMP5 frameworks we have already renewed with five other water clients and underlines our position as a leading contractor to the UK water industry."