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Thames Water gives £100m contract to EnServe

Support services company EnServe has won a repair and maintenance contract with Thames Water

EnServe’s water businesses, H2O Water Services and Metro Rod, will repair and maintain the utility company’s recently adopted sewerage facilities plus its existing waste network in its London South area.

The eight-year contract begins in August 2012.

Water utility companies have recently adopted more than 220,000 kilometres of sewers which were previously under private ownership following a change in the law.

EnServe Group provides support services to the energy and utilities sectors. The firm, which was previously the FTSE listed firm Spice, was rebranded and taken into private ownership after it was bought by private equity firm Cinven in September 2010. Last September EnServe announced plans to double in size over four years.

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