Mabey Hire secures Scottish Water contract for another 4 years

Mabey Hire has announced that it has successfully retained its preferred supplier status for the next four years on Scottish Water’s SR21 framework, making it one of two suppliers for the Hire of Trenching and Shoring Equipment.

Mabey Hire has been supporting Scottish Water since 2007, with the renewal of this latest framework contract enabling the temporary works specialist to further develop and maintain its relationship with Scottish Water as a trusted partner.

Speaking about the achievement, Dave Garden, Sales & Marketing Director at Mabey Hire, said: “We’re very excited to have been awarded this framework and are looking forward to continuing our relationship with Scottish Water, working closely with them and their partners in the water utilities sector and supporting their future trenching and shoring requirements.

“It’s been a huge team effort to deliver a successful outcome in what was a very rigorous and enlightening tender process – a big thank you and congratulations to all of the Mabey Hire team.”

The new framework contract will run from 1st July 2022 for four years.

As an award-winning temporary works specialist, Mabey Hire has over 60 years’ experience in the construction industry, designing and implementing temporary groundworks support schemes with a range of groundworks equipment available for hire.



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