WGM & Boulting (BGEN) – Announced as Scottish Water DV2 Framework Partners

WGM & Boulting (BGEN) – Announced as Scottish Water DV2 Framework Partners

WGM Engineering Ltd and Boulting Ltd (rebranded as BGEN Ltd from 1st July) are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a MEICA Framework contract with Scottish Water for the period 2021-2027, with the option of an additional six years post 2027. Scottish Water is forecasting to invest one billion pounds a year and the initial six-year period is estimated to be worth around £270m for the WGM-B Joint Venture.

The Joint Venture has fully demonstrated during the rigorous procurement process that we fully understand and wholeheartedly support Scottish Water’s Vision and Strategic Ambitions.

As a self-delivery organisation, we will be using our own people and off-site modular build facilities to standardise, reduce risk, improve efficiency and enhance quality.

Ian Mathieson, Managing Director of WGM Engineering Ltd, said:

“I am delighted that as a Joint Venture, we have secured our position on this long-term framework. Working closely with Scottish Water, we are committed to investing in local communities and creating jobs in those communities, throughout the period of the Framework. We have aligned our ambitions to reduce carbon emissions with Scottish Water, to fully support their Beyond Net Zero Emissions ambition by 2040. Our commitment to innovation, continuous learning and improvement in the way we work, will enhance productivity, reduce cycle times and improve efficiency.  We are really looking forward to working with Boulting and Scottish Water in a truly integrated and collaborative way over the next 12 years”.

Robin Whitehead is the managing director of BGEN and says:

“This award is a huge accolade for our Joint Venture and recognition of the monumental work performed by our teams leading up to this point.  I am incredibly excited to be working in partnership with WGM on this long-term contract with Scottish Water. Through this award, we will be committing to helping address a countrywide water sector skills gap and shortage, giving our existing people and new recruits the opportunity for coaching, personal development and growth, to enable everyone to achieve the very best they can”.

To find out more information on our DV2 Partner BGEN, click here:

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WGM & RSE – Announced as Scottish Water DV2 Framework Partners

WGM & RSE – Announced as Scottish Water DV2 Framework Partners

 

RWGM joint venture, consisting of delivery partners RSE and WGM Engineering, are delighted to announce that we have been successful in the award of Scottish Water’s SR21 Lot 3 framework, for the period of 2021-2027. The contract spans a six-year period and is estimated to be worth around £180m, with the opportunity to extend the agreement by a further six years post 2027.

Whilst undertaking the renewed contract, RWGM will be primarily focused on reactive repairs to water and wastewater mechanical and electrical assets. As a self-delivery organisation, the combination of our experienced people and off-site modular build facilities will be deployed to standardise, reduce risk, improve efficiency and enhance quality across Scottish Water projects.

 

 Ian Mathieson, Managing Director of WGM Engineering, said:

“I am absolutely delighted that Scottish Water have selected RWGM as their framework partner for another 6-to-12-year period. Building on all the good work carried out previously by RWGM across the Scottish Water asset base, we are further committed to investing in local communities and creating jobs in those communities throughout the period of the framework.

We have aligned our ambitions to reduce carbon emissions with Scottish Water, to fully support their Beyond Net Zero Emissions ambition by 2040. Our commitment to planned maintenance, digital enablement, innovation, continuous learning and improvement in the way we work, will enhance productivity, reduce cycle times and improve efficiency.

We are really looking forward to working with RSE and Scottish Water in a truly integrated way over the coming years”.

 

Allan Dallas, RSE Managing Director, said:

 “We are excited to enter into another 6 year plus period working in tandem with our partners WGM to deliver planned and reactive repairs across the UK for Scottish Water.

RWGM is well respected by Scottish Water Management and Operations. The strength of our Alliance coupled with the experience and governance of Managed Delivery offers an unrivalled, sustainable delivery model which is reliable, cost effective, offers a wealth of knowledge and provides a positive customer experience.”

 

Mark Dickson, Scottish Water’s Director of Capital Investment, said:

“This represents a significant milestone in the delivery of our service and investment activity. The companies and joint ventures appointed to carry out this work on behalf of Scottish Water will play a vital role in ensuring customers have the most resilient network which brings them water and removes and treats wastewater daily.

The procurement itself has been a lengthy and rigorous process – the biggest we have ever undertaken. The team at Scottish Water is looking forward to working with our partners to progress our ambitious plans for the next decade and beyond.”

RWGM are pleased to have the opportunity to develop our longstanding relationship with Scottish Water and look forward to working collaboratively in this next investment period in supporting their strategic ambitions and wider vision for a flourishing Scotland.

To find our more information on RSE, our DV2 framework partners, click here: https://www.ross-eng.com

Customer & Community – Linn Park

We have been completing upgrade works at a pump station on Millholm Road, near Cathcart. Working within proximity of the public, we have been regularly interacting with the residents.

Whilst working on-site, we identified an excess of type 1 stones, perfect for repairing the deteriorating parts of the path within Linn Park.

Today Linn Park is celebrating its 100th birthday and we were delighted to donate the material to a local charity, The Friends of Linn Park.

Find out more information on the amazing work completed by The Friends of Linn Park, click here: https://friendsoflinnpark.doodlekit.com

What is Linn Park?

Linn Park is an 82-hectare (200-acre)[1] park in Glasgow, Scotland, surrounded by the suburbs of Cathcart, Muirend, Simshill, and Castlemilk, also bordering Netherlee in East Renfrewshire. It is Glasgow’s third largest park, after Pollok Country Park and Dams to Darnley Country Park, although Dams to Darnley is half in East Renfrewshire. Both Linn and Pollok parks have the White Cart Water flowing through them. Some areas in the park are unsuitable for prams and the infirm.