Regional Office has been awarded the £23m Lostock and Rivington
WTW for United Utilities just 2 weeks after winning the £220m AMP
has retained Haswell as designers and Ondéo Degrémont as Process
of the project is to provide an effective barrier against Cryptosporidium
for water from different sources via the Thirlmere Aqueduct prior
to supply into the Manchester Ring Main (MRM) at Lostock.
water will also be used to supplement Rivington WTW for supplies
to the Wigan and Prescot supply areas via a new pipeline constructed
under a separate contract.
comprises the design and construction of a direct filtration plant,
including chemical handling, chlorine contact tank and washwater
treatment plant, new 35 Ml capacity treated water reservoir and
associated pumping stations at Lostock and new washwater clarifiers
and a new pumping station at Rivington.
diameter connections to the existing pipelines and reservoir and
links to other works control systems are included.
takes possession of the site in spring 2002 and the duration is
104 weeks from the award date.
Director, Chris Tyerman, says: “It’s always gratifying to secure
a contract you have tracked from beginning to end.
how the Northern team is working together to secure good quality
work, turnover and clients.
award is a credit to all the staff for their hard work and dedication
from Marketing through to Commercial, Estimating and Bid Management.
we must not forget the time and effort put in by others from outside
the area. My personal thanks to all.