Welsh Water selects EC Harris for contract extension

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In a £120 million per year extended contract, utility Welsh Water has contracted consultancy EC Harris to provide cost and management services.

Welsh Water is the sixth largest of the ten regulated water and wastwater companies in England and Wales and appointed EC Harris, part of the ARCADIS group, on their AMP5 Framework three years ago following a tender process with five other bidders.

The contract extension will see EC Harris aiming to streamline the utility’s current core service delivery.

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