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Murphy Pipelines wins £35m Thames Water deal

Murphy Pipelines has scooped a £35 million contract to carry out improvement works in north London for Thames Water.

The firm, a division of J Murphy & Son, will be responsible for the civil, mechanical and electrical design of the Deephams STW Inlet Works Improvements scheme.

It will also build a pumping station and two reinforced concrete storm tanks, each 5600 cu m in size, as well as carrying out other works.

The project is scheduled to begin in May, with completion in December 2012.

Murphy Pipelines contracts manager Gavin Symonds said: “This is a major project win for Murphy in a sector previously dominated by framework process contractors.”

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