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£46m JV contract awarded

03 May 2016

Northumbrian Water has awarded a contract worth £46m to joint venture partners Interserve and Doosan Enpure.

This is for the upgrading of the Horsley water treatments works in the Tyne Valley.

Scheduled to be completed in 30 months, the contract will see new treatment facilities built alongside the current plant to enable this to continue operating until the new facility opens.

Local residents' supplies will be unaffected by the project, which begins later this month.

Interserve chief executive Adrian Ringrose, said: "Both Interserve and Doosan Enpure have an established track record of delivering major utilities projects and we’re excited to be working together on this project for Northumbrian Water which will give the residents of Tyneside a world-class facility that will be used for years to come.

"Where possible, we will use local resources, while supporting the local economy and employment in the region."

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