Severn Trent

Go-live with Severn Trent Traffic Management Contract

Today marks a double go-live for GTM and Network Plus. Working in partnership with Severn Trent and other organisations, 1st December marks the launch of the new Water Network Maintenance contract. From today Go Traffic Management (GTM) will be supplying traffic management services across the North and South regions. The go-live has been meticulously planned. With comprehensive inductions, delivery of new plant and equipment to operational teams and provision of IT equipment, it’s been a major logistical feat; everyone involved is excited and ready to get going.

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Network Plus group of companies awarded double contracts with Severn Trent

The Network Plus group of companies which includes Go Traffic Management (GTM), has been successfully awarded two significant Water Network Maintenance contracts with Severn Trent. The first contract award sees the company providing traffic management services across the North and South regions of Severn Trent. The second contract award relates to reinstatement, resource support and dig and fix activities, again across the North and South regions.

The new Water Network Maintenance contracts will last up to 10 years and start on 30th November 2021. The North area covers Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The South area covers Worcestershire and Gloucestershire as well as South Birmingham.

Traffic Management services will be delivered through GTM who will provide solutions ranging from surveys, traffic management design and deployment of low speed and high speed services.

The second contract award will see Network Plus provide a wide range of services and core resources including the excavation, repair and maintenance of water mains as well as backfill and reinstatement of excavations.

Dave Trotter, Executive Director said “These contract awards reflect our commitment to support Severn Trent in delivering great services in a competent, safe manner. We are absolutely delighted that we will be working together towards shared goals. We expect to build on our existing strong client relationships to showcase our capabilities in both traffic management and clean water network maintenance.”

Paul Baxter, Head of Water Networks at Severn Trent said: “It’s really important to us when we go out to tender like this, that we find those key partnerships that will really deliver for our customers. That’s why we’re really excited to have Network Plus joining us to help deliver our AMP7 commitments, as they share the same values and passion as ourselves in getting the job done right, first time.

“We want to be the most efficient and effective water operation in the industry, and with our new partnerships on board we’re confident that they will help us making improvements in key areas that will benefit our customers and communities. I’m really looking forward to seeing what we can achieve together using their innovation, determination and focus to deliver.”

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