• AECOM Joint Venture Awarded £18 million Yorkshire Water Project in the UK


AECOM Joint Venture Awarded £18 million Yorkshire Water Project in the UK

Jan 11 2012

AECOM along with Joint Venture Partner Galliford Try have secured an £18m contract to upgrade Woodhouse Mill Wastewater Treatment Works in Sheffield for Yorkshire Water. The purpose of the work is to ensure that the treated water discharged back into the environment meets the standards of the revised European Freshwater Fish Directive which comes into force in four years time.

Works to the plant, which was originally built in 1930 and serves 122,000 people, include refurbishment of existing inlet screw pumping station, new inlet works, refurbishment of PSTs, new ASP and existing ASP refurbishment, new FST and existing FST refurbishment, new drum thickeners and poly plant, new centrifuges and poly plant, new sludge tanks, general M&E refurbishment / replacement, new MCC and new system and SCADA.

Mark Studholme, Operations Director, AECOM Design Build said;
“We are delighted to secure further work with Yorkshire Water as part of their extensive AMP5 capital delivery framework. AECOM are excited about being part of the fully integrated team, working collaboratively to deliver this project”.



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