TES have recently commenced work on a three year, multi-million pound maintenance contract for Northern Ireland Water. The Mechanical Installation Repair & Maintenance (MIRM) contract requires TES to provide essential planned and reactive maintenance and repair services to NIW assets throughout the region.
NIW is responsible for the supply and distribution of drinking water and the provision of sewerage services for approximately 780,000 domestic, agricultural and business customers throughout Northern Ireland. NI Water supplies these services to a population of 1.7 million.
An overview of the size, scale and nature of the assets operated by NI Water include but are not limited to 26,500km of Water Mains, 1,265 Sewerage Pumping Stations, 20 Major Water Treatment Works, 15,300 km of Sewers, 450,000 Manholes and 1100 Waste Water Treatment Works, all of which fall under the servicing requirements of this contract.
Having delivered the previous Mechanical Installation & Repair (MIR) contract, the TES team are highly experienced in providing mechanical upgrades and repairs both in urgent response cases and as part of a planned maintenance schedule.
In response to delivering the contract, TES Framework Manager Ciaran Donnelly commented, “TES undertook and succeeded in winning this contract via a highly competitive tendering process. Our success and experience in delivering the preceding MIR contract was fundamental to winning the incumbent contract”. Ciaran added, “We look forward to providing NIW with another exceptional response, repair and maintenance service.”