Yorkshire Water has issued contract notices, valued at approximately £3 billion, to help the utility deliver its proposed AMP8 capital investment programme.
The organisation is looking to procure an Alliance to deliver its significant stormwater programme, which will deliver £1.3 billion of investment in the next ten years.
This ambitious programme will deliver on the organisation’s drive to make substantial reductions in sewage overflows into watercourses.
Alongside this, Yorkshire Water is looking to procure two non-infrastructure framework agreements, focusing on complex solutions and on more minor works.
Partners will be required to provide expertise, guidance, support and resources in design, planning, management and delivery of assets.
Andy Clark, head of commercial at Yorkshire Water, said: “We are currently working with customers, stakeholders and regulators to finalise programmes of work to be included in the AMP8 period, which will form part of our largest-ever environmental investment programme.
“We are looking to hear from organisations with the expertise to deliver our ambitious goals over the AMP8 period and beyond.”
Interested parties are invited to attend a supplier briefing hosted by Yorkshire Water on Monday, June 5, 2023.