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Scottish Power Energy Networks awards four-year deal to Spie

Spie has been awarded a four-year £80m deal for overhead line services by Scottish Power Energy Networks.

Spie’s distribution and transmission business, which was formed from the acquisition of Leven Energy Services and Spie Ens (Electricity Network Solutions), will carry out work including high-voltage rebuilds and refurbishment, modernisation and emergency storm response.

The contractor will work across Scotland, including the Dumfries and Stranraer, Central and Fife, Edinburgh and the Borders regions. The four-year deal could be extended by a further four years.

Spie UK managing director for industrial services Steven Nanda said: “We are proud to be working with Scottish Power Energy Networks, and excited to commence work on what is the first major contract for Spie UK’s distribution and transmission business.”

Mr Nanda said Spie would be focused on delivering value for money, improving customer service, health, safety, quality and the introduction of innovation.

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