The Bristol Water New Lay Trunk Mains Framework runs until March 2015 and includes the installation of up to 35km of new strategic trunk mains up to 900mm in diameter.
May Gurney is Bristol Water’s sole partner on the framework.
Tim Collingwood, May Gurney business development director, said: “This framework aligns closely with our adjacent Strategic Grid Framework with Wessex Water which was won earlier this year.”
The Bristol Water contract is the latest in a series of AMP5 contracts awarded to May Gurney in 2010.
• South West Water has renewed and expanded May Gurney’s long-term maintenance contract for integrated water distribution services. The £50m contract for three years can be extended for up to 10 years with a total value of up to £170m.
• Anglian Water has awarded May Gurney two new long-term contracts with a combined total value of up to £120m. The contracts are for an initial period of three years, plus possible extensions for up to a further five years, with a combined annual value of up to £15m.
• Wessex Water has awarded two new long-term framework contracts with a combined value of up to £65m over a period of five years plus possible extensions.
• Essex & Suffolk Water (Northumbrian Water) has awarded May Gurney two new AMP5 contracts worth up to £30m over 33 months, plus possible extensions of two and five years.
• Severn Trent Water has awarded May Gurney its Sewerage Services East Region maintenance contract, valued at up to £62m from April 2011.