Galliford Try has announced that its environment business has been appointed to two new lots for the Thames Water AMP7 framework.
Jane Imrie

Construction group lands £590m contracts on Thames Water framework

A national construction group has secured a place on a major Thames Water framework.

Galliford Try has announced that its environment business has been appointed to two new lots for the Thames Water AMP7 framework.

The lots, numbered 3 and 6, relate to Thames Water’s work in the London region, and represent a total pipeline value of £590m over a four-year period.

Of that total, Galliford Try anticipates its place on the lots to be jointly worth up to £60m per annum to the business.

Bill Hocking, chief executive of Galliford Try, commented: “We are delighted to be further cementing our relationship with Thames Water following the previous announcement in May.

“These appointments are fundamental to the group’s strategy of focusing on long term frameworks and high-quality client relationships, with water one of identified key sectors.

“We look forward to deepening our collaboration with Thames as we deliver for their customers over the coming years.”

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