Success for WEW as Rickinghall Water Treatment increase project capacity
Picture above Left to Right: Mr. Leo Clancy, CEO , Enterprise Ireland, Shaun Stevens, UK General Manager EPS, Killian Smith, Managing Director Cleantech Civils, the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD, Sheila O’ Loughlin, Senior Advisor for Enterprise Ireland and Tony Mahon, Director of WEW Engineering Ltd.
WEW Engineering are proud to announce their involvement in collaborating with Cleantech Civils and EPS UK for a £6 million plus contract by Northumbrian Water Group (NWG). This contract is part of their Runway 3 Framework. The contract is for delivery of the Rickinghall Water Treatment Works Capacity increase project. It includes the design, construction and commissioning of a completely new Pumping and Filtration Plant on the existing site for NWG’s Wessex and Suffolk Water.
WEW are providing the process, hydraulic and MEICA design and engineering professional services on the project, as part of the Cleantech and EPS project delivery team. The award follows on from Cleantech and WEW together having been successful in securing a place on the NWG AMP7 Framework, from which it is anticipated further work will follow.
The collaborative success was recognised at the recent Enterprise Ireland UK and Ireland business leaders networking dinner at the Mansion House in London, led by Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar TD.