We’re celebrating after winning a framework that will help keep drinking water supplies at the highest quality in the East of England. We have secured a three-year contract with Anglian Water – the largest water and wastewater company in England and Wales.
A range of services will be governed in the contract involving the repair and refurbishment of treated water storage structures which supply drinking water to over four million domestic and business customers in the east of England and Hartlepool.
Jim Panton, CEO at Panton McLeod, said: “Effectively managing and operating the assets of any company, regardless of the industry, is top priority, but within the UK water industry this is especially important as the assets in this case feed into the public water supply.
“Anglian Water continues to make concerted efforts to ensure that water quality standards across the region it covers remain at their highest level so it is a great endorsement of our expertise to have won this framework for all repair and refurbishment services.
“This contract will cover the repair and refurbishment of water retaining structures of all construction type and size.”
“Panton McLeod has 20 years industry experience and understands that all of our clients’ requirements are different. Like with all contracts, Anglian Water will be given individual, tailored services, and our experts will work to the highest, exacting standards so they are confident their facilities are safe in our hands.
“The safety and quality of our client’s services is vital, and our teams establish strong working relations with them by pro-actively participating in site discussions to resolve issues which from previous feedback, really benefits our clients.“
With offices in Scotland, England and Wales Panton McLeod has a wealth of experience working with the country’s biggest water companies, now holding frameworks with Scottish Water, Dwr Cymru, Severn Trent and Anglian Water they expect to announce further good news in the coming weeks.
It continuously evolves its range of services and uses the latest materials and techniques to go above and beyond the service requirements governed under client contracts.
More recently the use of specialist underwater submarines enabled clients to assess the condition of a wider pool of water storage structures as they inspect the facilities while they are still in service and online meaning there is no need to drain the tanks first and risk potential disruption to customers’ supplies.
Jim added: “We are an innovative company always looking to expand our range of services to offer integrated solutions to meet industry challenges. We demand and provide value for our clients and we hope that we can continue to provide our services to Anglian Water for many years to come.“
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