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Yorkshire Water appoints £55m electrical high voltage framework


We have awarded mandatory Frameworks for all Electrical High Voltage Works and Maintenance Services.

The arrangements are for a minimum of 4 years to February 2023, designed to support the remainder of AMP6 and AMP7 with a forecast value up to £55m. 

The Scope includes Professional Services, Consultancy, Design, Project Management and Delivery capability for the following Lots:

1. Design services for HV systems 

2. Design Fault and Protection Studies

3. In-house full Engineering remit for the delivery of HV and associated Works 

4. Inspection and Maintenance of HV Equipment

The newly appointed parties are;

HV Electrical Design & Build Works and Specialist Studies Services (Lots 1, 2 & 3):

Integrated Utility Services Limited (IUS)

Linbrooke Services Ltd

Smith Brothers (Contracting) Ltd

The Freedom Group of Companies Ltd

Inspection and Maintenance of HV Equipment (Lot 4):

Integrated Utility Services Limited (IUS)

Smith Brothers (Contracting) Ltd

The Freedom Group of Companies Ltd

All contracted Partners meet the minimum mandatory requirements including NERS and NEDERS Accreditation and are compliant to ENATs supply.  All parties were technically qualified and selected as a result of a full EU Procurement Process and the arrangements have been endorsed by the Principal Electrical Engineer.

Martin Priestley, senior engineering project manager at Yorkshire Water, added: “We are confident that these appointments will contribute to the consistent and efficient provision of safe, quality, reliable assets that will in turn help us to ensure that we provide the level of service that our customers expect and value.”

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