Morrison Water Services extends framework agreements with Yorkshire Water

Morrison Water Services, a part of M Group Services’ Water Division, has successfully secured contract extensions on two Capital Delivery Frameworks.

As part of this latest agreement, Morrison Water Services will continue to work across the Yorkshire Water region to deliver customer-focused and complex infrastructure projects until April 2028.

Morrison Water Services has already delivered innovative solutions to parts of the region and will continue to do so, helping to reduce costs, time and carbon footprint through the use of Spray Lining. Morrison Water Services is the only contractor in the UK to hold the required accreditation to provide this in-situ spray lining to rehabilitate water pipes, helping to extend infrastructure asset health by up to 50 years.

As part of its ongoing contracts for Yorkshire Water, Morrison Water Services is currently undertaking work in Whitby to reduce storm overflow discharges and deliver a new surface water system to minimise discharges caused by heavy rainfall.

Protecting the environment is integral to contract delivery and, as part of its commitment to delivering social value, Morrison Water Services will continue to work with local stakeholders on environmental schemes throughout both frameworks.

Lee Wood, Area Director at Morrison Water Services, said:

“This agreement marks a continuation of the long-standing relationship with Yorkshire Water and reinforces our commitment to provide Capital Delivery projects for the region, enhancing their network.”

Lee Boshell, Capital Programme Delivery Manager at Yorkshire Water said:

“We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be further extending our partnership with Morrison Water Services. We have ramped up our investment plans and it’s great to have them on board to help support us with these.”



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