Northumbrian Water has a great opportunity for wealthy businessmen who are looking for a long-term investment. The utility provider based in Northumbria has invited people to bid for a sewerage maintenance and repair framework that could potentially be worth over £130 million.
The bid will go to fund work that needs to be completed by the framework. This includes repairs and maintenance, the installation of closed-circuit television services, clearance of blockages, root cutting, mapping, emergency call out cover and associated services.
The framework itself will extend across the entirety of Northumbian Water’s sewerage network. This is 30,000km of ground that the framework will cover.
Northumbrian Water are looking for two firms to deliver the works that are needed. There will initially be a three year contract period for the work which could be renewed at a later date. Each renewal will extend the contract by a further three years. The framework will commence in the first few months of next year with a state date expected for April 2015.
The deadline for people expressing an interest in bidding is at the end of the month – 31st July 2014. They must be send their expressions of interest by email to email@example.com. Once the application has been received, the sender will be given login details to the Ariba portal which will contain a pre-qualification questionnaire. These must be completed before 4pm on August 7th 2014.
Applicants are told they must be able to provide the full scope of the work that has been detailed for the framework.
Northumbrian Water is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Northumbrian Water Group in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1989 and is headquartered at the Northumbria House in Durham. The water company serves the entire county in Northumberland as well as parts of Tyne And Wear, Durham and North Yorkshire.
Northumbrian Water currently serves close to three million people in the United Kingdom through their many facilities. They have 44 impounding reservoirs, 750 sewage pumping stations, 340 water pumping stations, over 400 sewage treatment works and much more.