Galliford Try appointed to Northumbrian Water’s Chemical Dosing Framework

Lintott Control Systems, as part of Galliford Try’s Environment team, has successfully secured a place on two lots on Northumbrian Water’s Chemical Dosing framework.

The works relate to Northumbrian’s Lot 1 Off Site Build Framework and Lot 2 Water and Wastewater Upgrades Framework, each of which will be carried out over a four-year period, with the option to extend for a further four years across the two lots.

David Owen, OSB Director & Asset Optimisation, Galliford Try, commented:

“We are delighted to secure our second contract win under the banner of Galliford Try and look forward to working with Northumbrian Water to develop a strong relationship and efficiently deliver against scope. Our off-site build business continues to grow and this contract award is the latest example of our vision to continually look to build on our capabilities and service offering to deliver the needs of our evolving industry.”

Lily Craw, Buyer, Northumbrian Water, said:

“We’re delighted to award a long-term framework to Lintott Control Systems. Having a four-year framework in place enables better planning and the building of strategic long-term relationships with our supply chain. We look forward to building a successful and collaborative partnership with Lintott Control Systems.”

The award closely follows Galliford Try’s announcement that its Environment business has been successfully appointed to support Northumbrian Water with additional treatment capacity for the remainder of AMP7.

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