Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) has been named as one of four Capital Delivery Alliance partners to help deliver the AMP6 and potentially AMP7 Capital Programmes for Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water (DCC).
MMB will work collaboratively with DCC to deliver the company’s capital programme efficiently, providing sustainable outcomes for its customers and the environment. The company will operate as part of a co-located integrated solutions team responsible for identifying opportunities, developing innovative solutions and project bundling. MMB will focus on wastewater non-infrastructure in the first year of AMP6 and will undertake the design and construction of projects across the whole of the DCC region.
Matt Caudwell, MMB’s bid manager, said: “Each Capital Delivery Alliance partner comprises a construction and a consultancy capability, an approach that is ideally suited to our expertise. MMB has a long tradition of working collaboratively to deliver innovative and efficient solutions by being involved in projects at an early stage, when the business needs solutions are being developed. DCC’s overall approach, including their use of an integrated solutions team, perfectly fits our capabilities and skills.”
This contract award for MMB follows previous appointments by United Utilities, Severn Trent Water, Yorkshire Water and Anglian Water on AMP6 frameworks.
The contract is expected to run until 2025, with a review in 2020.