Pell Frischmann Appointed to Canal & River Trust Framework

Pell Frischmann and JBA Consulting are delighted to be appointed to the Canal & River Trust Professional Services Contract for the next four years.

We look forward to bringing our collaborative partnership approach to working with the Canal & River Trust and its partners to help maintain and improve the canals and the habitat they support for the benefit of the people and communities who live, work, visit and volunteer on or near them.

The multi-discipline framework covers inspections of the Trust’s assets and their defects and also designs to repair or enhance them. The services include Asset Management (including asset inspections); Civil Engineering; Bridge and structural engineering; Geotechnical engineering; Reservoir engineering; and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.  The projects will also include delivery of Environmental Services, including ecology, heritage, water quality management, land quality management and waste management.

Lee Brock, Pell Frischmann’s Director for Water & Utilities said:

An exciting opportunity and we are very pleased to be supporting the Canal & River Trust in their efforts to maintain the Magic of the Waterways for future generations.

Mark Duquemin, Pell Frischmann’s Head of Environmental Management & Sustainability said:

“We are excited to bring our expertise to help the Canal & River Trust’s charitable cause to keep the 2,000 miles of waterways they are responsible for to be here for tomorrow and beyond.”

Tony Moran, JBA Consulting’s Head of Engineering and a company Director said

“This is a great opportunity for JBA Consulting and Pell Frischmann to build on our long-standing relationship and provide the high quality innovative solutions for Canal & River Trust. We look forward to playing our part in keeping the canal network thriving.”

 

Water & Utilities

With over 90 years of experience in the built environment and a history with water utility companies stretching back to the first days of their privatisation in 1990, our approach to the utility asset market in the UK, as well as life-changing international developments, is to provide proactive challenge and innovation rather than simply ‘turning the handle’ – this differentiates us from our competitors.

We deliver to the water sector nationally through our offices located in Exeter, Croydon, London, Manchester and Wakefield and have had a long and successful track record in making water and wastewater facilities sustainable and resilient to population growth and development challenges, whilst affording enviable standards of environmental protection to the rivers and coastal waters.

 

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