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Farrans Received a £100m Brace for Water Works

Northumbrian Water Works Route Handed Over to Farrans

Farrans has received £100m of work from Northumbrian Water, to improve clean water supplies to customers.

The company is going to build a 24km, 800mm diameter clean water replacement pipeline between Lartington Water Treatment Works and Shildon via Whorley Hill in County Durham and Tees Valley.

The pipeline is said to cross below the River Tees and Alwent Beck to a depth of 50 meters. It is the first part of a two-stage project to replace two of the great, key pipes in the water supply system with one.

Part 2 is going to be done in 2025 – 2028 by installing a new water pipe between Gainford and Longnewton Service Reservoir to the east of Darlington.

Moreover, Farrans company is going to design, supply and install a new bore treatment stream at Barsham Water Treatment Works in Suffolk separately, where the firm operates as Essex & Suffolk Water.

The work comprises an interstage pumping station, a storage reservoir, a contact tank for the current river works flow and a high lift pumping station. The main purpose of the project is to provide a process plant capable of treating the full license of the key abstraction bores and the emergency chalk bore.

“We are looking forward to growing our presence in the north of England having recently opened a new office in Leeds to support our work in this area,” stated Neil Barnes, the Regional Director at Farrans Construction.

As reported, both of the projects are anticipated to be completed by 2025.

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