We have built an excellent reputation as a clean water contractor in London and the South East, carrying out term contracts and individual projects for Thames Water, South East Water, Southern Water, Thames Tideway Tunnel, Crossrail, British Nuclear Fuels and The Jockey Club, as well as for a number of blue chip developers and private clients.
They come to us for a comprehensive range of services that span everything from network design and mains laying through to pressure management schemes and private network installation. We also provide associated civil engineering works, and our in-house business BTMS delivers traffic management services which help to minimise disruption.
As a team, we are focused on helping our utility customers deliver an excellent customer service and on having a positive impact on their Service Incentive Mechanism (SIM) score. Our highly trained staff deliver through good customer interaction, effective backlog management, maintaining high quality standards and minimising disruptions.
Every member of the team has a National Water Hygiene card and water-specific safety qualifications, and we employ specialist in-house pressure testing and disinfection teams. Our business has also achieved partial accreditation to the Water Industry Registration Scheme (WIRS); the Lloyd’s Register operating on behalf of Water UK and the water utilities. This accreditation demonstrates our competence to undertake the installation of water infrastructure and establishes us as part of a select group of registered water service providers.
In AMP5, our joint venture company CBJV Ltd carried out clean water maintenance in North and South London as a partner contractor for Thames Water. CBJV has around 200 staff delivering a 24/7 service and is responsible for all clean water repairs on the networks - around 30,000 individual jobs annually.
We are also currently delivering a significant tranche of Thames Water’s mains renewal programme, working for the Eight2O Alliance partner SMB JV. Initially, this involves around 7km of mains replacement in North East London, with 9 teams on the ground and a projected end date of March 2016.