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Severn Trent going out to tender with contract for its Water Infrastructure Network services

  • Severn Trent going out to tender with contract for its Water Infrastructure Network services

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Severn Trent
We were founded in 1974 as a regional, state-owned water authority based in the Midlands and responsible for water supply management, and waste water treatment and disposal.
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Water and waste company Severn Trent has announced it will soon be going out to tender with a major contract for its Water Infrastructure Network services.

The FTSE100 company, which serves over 8 million customers across the Midlands, has now released a  Periodic indicative notice (PIN) to the market, ahead of going out to tender in May 2020. Allowing potential suppliers and bidders plenty of time to prepare.

Steph Cawley, Head of Water Network Operations at Severn Trent said: “We’re at a really exciting point in our Water Networks business with underlying performance improving at the same time as reducing our costs, but this is just the beginning.  

“Our vision for Water Networks in AMP 7 is to be the most efficient water operation in the industry, led by empowered and driven teams who are constantly innovating.  We’re looking to work with future thinking organisations who can deliver exceptional customer service and provide new ideas to drive us forward.”

The procurement is intended to be comprised of two lots and based on a four-region geographical model:

• Lot 1 - Water Network - Temporary Traffic Management

• Lot 2 - Water Network - Repair & Maintenance (Dig & Fix) and Reinstatement Services.

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