IWS M&E secures place on £15m United Utilities framework

The South Staffordshire Plc owned company wins place on the 2-year (with 2-year optional extension) mechanical on-site services multi supplier framework.

United Utilities has awarded Integrated Water Services (IWS) M&E, a UK leading provider of specialist mechanical and electrical services, a place on its mechanical on-site services framework following a recent competitive tender process.

The team at IWS M&E will support United Utilities with reactive and planned mechanical on-site services, repairs, maintenance, and any inspections which include resulting remedial work of the mechanical installations on various sites throughout United Utilities’ operational area.

The services provided will support the health of a variety of typical water sector assets including tanks and bridges, grit removal/grit rake, circular and rectangular settlement tanks, trickling filters, rotating and submerged biological contactors, and rapid gravity and pressure filters.

Nathan James, general manager & commercial director at IWS M&E said:

“We are delighted to have been chosen by United Utilities as a partner to support this work moving forward, which builds further on our long-standing working relationship. Our appointment to this framework is testament to both the quality of or services and the expertise of our people, and we’re really looking forward to getting started.”

Joanne Wilding, lead buyer at United Utilities added:

“The IWS team demonstrated a clear understanding of our business and its priorities and challenges and are able to provide a highly skilled local team to support our work with their innovative and cost-effective solutions. We are looking forward to working with them as part of this framework.”