Electrical engineering firm, Smith Brothers Contracting, has secured a position on the Yorkshire Water high-voltage (HV) electrical design, build, and specialist studies services framework – which carries a total forecast value of up to £55m.
The framework will deliver high-voltage electrical works and services – including design, build, installation, refurbishment and support – alongside routine planned and reactive inspection and maintenance to Yorkshire Water’s existing high-voltage equipment.
The Elland-based power contracting firm will take responsibly for all projects in the west region, for a minimum of four years – to February 2023 – with the first being the design and build of a new 11kV customer substation, and the replacement of a motor control centre (MCC).
Dave Ogden, managing director at Smith Brothers said: “We’ve worked with Yorkshire Water for several years, and we’re incredibly proud to have been selected to join such a significant framework.
“Our reputation for providing end-to-end services across numerous EPC and maintenance projects undoubtedly worked in our favour, and we’re looking forward to a successful partnership.”
Martin Priestley, senior engineering project manager at Yorkshire Water, said: “We are confident these appointments will contribute to the consistent and efficient provision of safe, quality, reliable assets, that will in turn help us to ensure we provide the level of service our customers expect and value.”
Smith Brothers is a high-voltage power engineering contractor and accredited ICP, specialising in delivering turnkey network connection packages across an array of sectors – including renewable energy, utilities, industrial and commercial.