Mott MacDonald, AECOM and Turner & Townsend today announced they have been awarded a five-year extension to their position on Anglian Water’s Commercial Outperformance and Construction Economics (COCE) framework.
The framework will continue to be delivered through an alliancing approach, with AECOM, Mott MacDonald and Turner & Townsend working alongside Anglian Water to support the realisation of outperformance targets through AMP7. To date, the framework’s alliancing delivery model has brought cost savings and efficiencies to Anglian Water’s operating expenditure and capital expenditure programmes.
The alliance has over 70 individuals working with Anglian Water across the COCE framework. They are responsible for providing commercial services over both capital and operational programmes. The full spectrum of these services ranges from contract administration, project controls and project management, procurement, efficiency reviews, risk and cost management, to benchmarking, supply chain and market analysis.
Pete Davis, Mott MacDonald COCE account director said: “We’re delighted to have been awarded the extension to the COCE Framework through which we will continue to deliver the highest quality project, programme, and commercial management services to Anglian Water. We look forward to supporting them to deliver key strategic projects through the great working relationships we have built with our alliance partners: AECOM and Turner & Townsend and supporting Anglian Water with their AMP7 challenge and beyond.”
Oliver Pattenden, Mott MacDonald’s Anglian Water key account director said: “We are delighted to build on our strategic relationship with Anglian Water and look forward to continuing to support them and their customers. The extension to the COCE framework follows hot on the heels of our recent appointments to two new water resources frameworks. We’re now providing Anglian Water with a full range of multidisciplinary services reaching from digital twins to land consultancy, cost intelligence and commercial management to water resources, and from carbon advisory through to design and build.”
“Our collaboration with Anglian Water with goes much further and we are looking forward to co-leading the Water theme at the COP26 Resilience Hub in November. Together we will highlight the positive social, environmental and economic outcomes that investing in water resilience will bring.”