Celtic are pleased to announce that they have been awarded the Davyhulme enabling works package by the Laing O’Rourke/Imtech (LORI) joint venture.
This major project, worth £5.5m, demonstrates the continued success of the North West team in winning high profile projects across the region. The contract award for this project reflects Celtic’s ability to deliver integrated earthworks, innovative site remediation and off-site STF solutions, to manage client’s development risks
The project is the first step in a major up-grade of Davyhulme Waste Water Treatment Works (photo below) located in Manchester UK, to enable new treatment water infrastructure to be constructed. The overall client is United Utilities, a £1.7bn turnover water, sewerage and electricity supplier located in the northwest.
The overall works package includes 430,000t of earthworks, 100,000t of soil treatment and placement of 65,000m2 of piling mats, and will be undertaken throughout mid and late 2015.
Celtic EnGlobe’s managing director, Dr. Joe Teer said: “Celtic-Englobe are delighted to be given the opportunity to bring more than 20 years of project delivery and innovation experience to bear on this major project for the North West. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the bid team that worked on the preparation of this proposal and wish the project team, every success as they work to deliver this technically and commercially challenging project.”