28 June 2016
We are delighted to announce that WYG has been appointed on a twelve year AMP6 Geospatial Framework for United Utilities Plc. Effective from now, this appointment consolidates WYG’s position as a leading provider of asset management consultancy services.
The framework is valued at approximately £100k per annum over its duration, and the initial five year agreement has the option to be extended for a further seven years. One of five consultants on the framework, WYG will provide a range of geospatial surveying services across the North West of England.
WYG’s team of highly skilled specialists will undertake the work, which includes land and engineering survey, utilities mapping, laser scanning, 3D modelling, confined space entry survey, LiDAR data capture, hydrographic survey and deformation monitoring.
Daniel Rogers, Associate, WYG, and Framework Manager, commented: “This is an excellent win for WYG and provides us the opportunity to further grow our Geospatial service provision within the UK. The award is both a recognition and reflection of WYG’s quality of service provision. Despite strong cost competition, WYG proposed a cost-effective yet sustainable pricing model.”
Craig Hatch, Head of Asset Management, WYG, added: “This is another important framework win for our asset management discipline and one in which our Geospatial team has been patiently targeting and developing relationships to ensure success. We are looking forward to a long and fruitful relationship with this important client.”
For further information, please contact Craig Hatch, : firstname.lastname@example.org
About the AMP Programme
Every five years, all of the water companies in England and Wales submit a business plan to Ofwat, the water regulator, outlining the investment required in their networks of pipes, sewers, water and wastewater treatment works and reservoirs. United Utilities submitted its revised business plan for the period 2015-2020 to Ofwat and the regulator’s final determination was published and accepted in January 2015.
United Utilities Water Plc submitted to Ofwat its AMP6 Business Plan covering the 2015-20 period with a total expenditure of £6.6 billion made up of £3.8 billion on capital investment and £2.8 billion on operating expenditure.
The purpose of the Geospatial framework is to assist United Utilities and its various partners in the execution of its business, by providing surveying services for specific projects. The services procured may include, but not be limited to, any of the following:
• Topographical Surveys
• Underground Services Surveys
• Measured Building Surveys
• Deformation Surveys
• Bathymetric/Hydrographic Surveys
• Terrestrial Laser Scanning
• Control Networks
• Pipeline route surveys
• River Cross Section Surveys
• Reservoir Monitoring Surveys
• Confined Space Surveys
• Digital Terrain/3D Model Production
• Provision of Construction Site Surveying Services
• Production of AutoCAD Plan, Section Drawings & Civil 3D Models