Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) has been named by Anglian Water as one of six partners that will deliver a workstream worth up to £1.3billion during AMP6.
MMB, the integrated joint venture between global consultant Mott MacDonald and civil engineering and construction contractor JN Bentley, signed the alliance arrangement contract following a successful competitive procurement process.
The new contract is expected to run until 2030, with a review every five years – an approach that will maximise collaborative working and efficiency.
Bidding and Strategy Director Steve Tetlow said, “We are delighted to have been appointed to such a significant contract with Anglian Water.
“Mott MacDonald Bentley will meet the needs of Anglian Water and its customers by maintaining a focus on innovation to drive improvements in all areas, from safety to efficiency.
“The programme of works will focus on 10 key outcomes such as satisfied customers, a smaller carbon footprint and fair profits. We relish the challenge of playing our part in delivering this investment and building on our existing relationship with Anglian Water.”
Worth approximately £16million per year in direct revenue to MMB, the new Integrated Main Works Capital Alliance (IMWC) will deliver work previously undertaken by Anglian Water’s Special Projects team – of which Mott MacDonald and JN Bentley were both members – and @one Alliance.
This will see MMB undertake the design and construction of both water and water recycling schemes on infrastructure and non-infrastructure sites across the whole of the Anglian region, the largest in England and Wales.