A joint venture between Interserve, Kier, J Murphy and Mouchel has clinched the £250 million Non-Infrastructure Capital Delivery Framework for United Utilities.
The KMI Plus joint venture will work with United Utilities until March 2015 to deliver a variety of water new build, maintenance and refurbishment work.
The win is an extension into AMP5 of the AMP4 framework agreement, which was an option available to United Utilities subject to the performance of KMI.
Interserve chief executive Adrian Ringrose said: “This win shows the value of our long-term relationships, both with our joint venture partners and with United Utilities as a highly valued client.
“We operate as a team focused on common goals and have achieved some impressive results - and we shall continue to do so in AMP5.”