TES have recently signed a new long-term framework contract with Irish Water for the provision of MEICA and ancillary works associated with Water Treatment Plants and Water Networks.
Irish Water was founded in 2013 and brought the water and wastewater services of the 31 local authorities together under one national service provider, it is responsible for the delivery of water services to approximately 80% of the population. Decades of under investment, combined with a lack of planned asset management and maintenance programmes had led to a legacy of deficiencies in treatment plants and networks.
This new framework agreement will see TES helping Irish Water to deliver upon their capital investment programme, aimed at correcting decades of under investment and to provide a modern water treatment network able to meet the requirements of both current and future generations.
Under this new framework agreement TES will be carrying out a range of work including the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of water treatment works and water pumping stations nationally throughout Ireland.
Commenting on signing the new agreement TES Chairman, Brian Taylor said “TES are delighted to have been given the opportunity to play a significant role in the improvement of Ireland’s Drinking Water network and look forward to working closely with the Irish Water team and other delivery partners over the coming months and years.”