Nomenca secures framework agreement with Yorkshire Water Services worth £100m

Posted: Wednesday 7th October 2015

Specialist MEICA (Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation) contractor, Nomenca Limited, part of the NM Group, has secured an AMP6 framework agreement supporting Yorkshire Water Services (YWS) in the delivery of their £3.8billion AMP6 investment programme.

Under the AMP6 MEICA Direct Delivery Framework, Nomenca will be carrying out repair, restoration, maintenance and improvement works to Yorkshire Water Service’s MEICA assets, as well as undertaking associated administrative, managerial and customer support related responsibilities.

Mark Fryer, general manager for Nomenca Leeds commented: “This is a key contract win for Nomenca. I am thrilled, excited and looking forward to being involved with working collaboratively with Yorkshire Water to delivery savings through their Direct Delivery Model.”

Their work will cover the whole of Yorkshire, an area of some 6,000 square miles stretching from Leyburn and North Allerton down to Chesterfield and Skipton across to the Yorkshire coastline.

Yorkshire Water Services provides both clean and waste water services to the Yorkshire region. It operates more than 700 water and sewage treatment works, 120 reservoirs and looks after 62,000 miles of water and sewerage mains - enough pipework to circulate the earth.

Andy Langman, managing director of Nomenca, said: “The award of this framework is fantastic news for our Yorkshire team, Nomenca and NM Group as a whole. It’s a great platform from which to develop our relationship with Yorkshire Water Services in years to come and we will continue to invest in our facilities and our dedicated team in Leeds. We are excited to be a partner in achieving their sustainable business objectives as part of their ‘Blueprint for Yorkshire.”

Paul Robins, asset solutions manager at Yorkshire Water, said: “Following a 12 month selection period, we are pleased to announce that Nomenca is one of four contract partners we will be working with to deliver this new MEICA capital framework. The MEICA framework will provide a fast and efficient delivery route where capital work can go straight into delivery. A key element of the new framework will involve the contract partners bringing the private to public pumping stations up to company standards.”

Nomenca has a robust track record of providing similar activities for other major clients, including current work for Yorkshire Water on its Fabrication framework.

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