2022.06.30 | Doosan Enpure
Doosan Enpure secures place on Northern Ireland Water Project Partnership Framework
Doosan Enpure Limited (“DEL”) has secured a place on the Northern Ireland Water Major Project Partnership Framework (MPPF) totalling £1.2bn in spend. DEL has been appointed to Lot 3 Process Engineering including MEICA Design and Construction Contractors.
The MPPF will deliver large-scale, high-complexity projects (over £10m in value) on water and wastewater infrastructure and non-infrastructure assets across Northern Ireland, including upgrades to major water and wastewater treatment plants, pumping stations and network mains. It will initially run for a four-year period with the option to extend for a further four years.
Avtar Jirh, MD of Doosan Enpure commented “This framework marks the beginning of a great journey for Doosan Enpure and Northern Ireland Water, and we are looking forward to working with the client enhancing the capacity and quality of Northern Ireland’s vital water and wastewater treatment works.”
Photo from left to right:
Steve Milling (DEL), Mark Mitchell (NIW), Paul Harper (NIW), Roisin Connor (NIW), Patrick Reilly (DEL) Ronan Larkin (NIW)