The scope of work is to provide environmental and river engineering design and/or construction services across various United Utilities (UU) sites including water and wastewater treatment works, reservoirs, catchment land and pumping stations over the next three years, with an option to extend until 2028.
Specific works include riverbank stabilisation and protection (using both conventional and bioengineering techniques), tree clearances, and sediment removal and redistribution.
The framework is a part of a wider United Utilities environmental improvement strategy to tackle challenges such as pollution, flooding, and water abstraction by delivering adaptations that will help improve landscapes and raw water quality.
"Stonbury have built a strong working relationship providing potable and wastewater asset refurbishment solutions to UU and we are really looking forward to expanding this relationship and our services with UU across the River Restoration Framework."
Stonbury is looking forward to extending its services with United Utilities and working in collaboration to help deliver adaptations that improve the health of the environment and increase its resilience to the effects of climate change.