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Renew Holdings wins £20m work plus Sellafield extension

Renew Holdings has secured over £20 million of new orders and an extension to its principal nuclear framework for its specialist engineering business Shepley Engineers.

The company has won a further extension to the Multi Disciplined Site Wide framework at Sellafield until to March 2010, with the potential for a further year’s extension.  

This framework covers production operations support, general infrastructure and decommissioning and is one of four frameworks, which Shepley Engineers holds at Sellafield. 

Shepley Engineers has also been awarded a £4.3 million contract from Sellafield Ltd for the recladding of the Sellafield receipt and storage building.  

This project, which includes the removal and replacement of cladding in addition to structural repairs and strengthening, is due to be completed by March 2012 and is outside of the framework arrangements.

Renew’s specialist water business Seymour has recently been awarded a further £5.5 million of contracts under its framework with Northumbrian Water for both flood alleviation and combined sewer overflows.

The largest schemes, valued at £2.1 million and £1.1 million, are located in Gateshead and Newcastle.

VHE, Renew’s land remediation specialist, has been awarded the initial land remediation work for the 2014 Commonwealth Games Athlete’s Village at Dalmarnock in Glasgow. 

The £5.9 million project will commence later this summer to enable construction work to begin in Autumn 2010.  

VHE has also been appointed preferred bidder by the Royal States of Jersey for a £4.6 million project to decontaminate and remediate the former Jersey Town Gas Works to form a new town park in St. Helier, Jersey.  

Final design and planning will be developed throughout 2010 with remediation works to commence on site in January 2011.