Environment Agency fabrication framework contract awarded to ECS Engineering Services

Posted: Wednesday 8th January 2014

As the latest round of framework contract awards is completed, ECS Engineering Services has secured a contract to deliver fabrication services for the Central Region of the Environment Agency (EA) for the next four years. The award endorses both the quality and value of the services provided by ECS as well as its excellent site health and safety record.

The framework contract requires a complete service to be provided for design, fabrication and installation for structures such as access structures, working platforms and trash screens as well as more bespoke work located on watercourses. As an existing MEICA framework contractor, ECS is experienced at delivering these services and has the skilled workforce required to complete projects to the highest standard and in house.

Based in Pinxton, Notts., ECS has worked with the EA for a number of years providing engineering expertise and delivering crucial projects as part of the Agency's work on flood defence and water management. Earlier in the year, ECS was awarded the RoSPA Gold Award for Occupational Health & Safety, for a fifth consecutive year, demonstrating its commitment to maintaining excellent standards within the workforce.

Jamie Wesley Operations Manager at ECS, comments: "This is another great contract for our company which has shown that quality always pays. With the recent move of the fabrication facility to the new larger premises at Huthwaite, our capacity to manufacture and install bespoke steel projects has been increased further, ensuring that we have both the skills and delivery teams to fulfil long term Framework Agreements such as these within the Environment Agency."

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