The Minor MEICA Framework, worth £300m, includes a wide range of assets from installation of simple dosing systems to pumping station refurbishment, significant treatment process improvement and full treatment works installations across both water and wastewater sites. The Framework will run for an initial 5 year period with a further optional extension of up to 3 years.
Kevin Gibbons, Director at Kemada, commented; “Having set out to secure new framework partnerships, we are absolutely delighted to have been awarded this prestigious long term framework with one of the UK’s largest Water Authorities. Following a 12 month procurement process our team are relishing the opportunity to work in collaboration with Yorkshire Water and their partners to deliver outstanding services and solutions to support their 5.2 million customers during the AMP7 programme”.
Mark Baker. Head of Programme Delivery commented: “This is the second phase of our procurement process and we would like to welcome our MEICA Partners to support our ambitions and challenges into AMP7. The MEICA Framework Partners will join our Civils Partners and Yorkshire Water in developing our Enterprise Delivery Model. Through this new model, we’re looking to form a collaborative, innovative and efficient delivery vehicle with a focus on engineering excellence and our carbon targets, utilising a Programme First approach. We are confident that this will ensure we achieve our challenges going into AMP7.”