Sector - Heating & Ventilation
Jacobs Secures Place on Framework
Jacobs has announced that it has been appointed to Irish Water’s Engineering Design Services Framework. Jacobs will provide technical support on Irish Water’s programme of capital works to deliver improvements to water services throughout Ireland.
This seven-year framework reinforces Jacobs’ commitment to supporting Irish Water in upgrading Ireland’s water services infrastructure.
Jacobs will provide a wide range of services and strategic planning support, including feasibility studies, investment planning, site survey and investigation services, stakeholder management, construction contract administration and asset management. By leveraging its global capabilities, Jacobs aims to provide Irish Water with a full spectrum of services including scientific, technical, professional, design, construction and programme management.
Jacobs People & Places Solutions Senior Vice President Europe and Digital Strategies, Donald Morrison, said: “Building on our long-standing relationship, this latest award enables us to bring our diverse skills and knowledge to support Irish Water in the delivery of resilient and sustainable water and wastewater infrastructure. By putting the improvement of social and natural capital at the heart of the solutions we deliver, we hope to establish a lasting legacy that enhances water infrastructure and economic growth in Ireland.”
Over the last six years, Jacobs has worked in collaboration with Irish Water to deliver several key projects, including the National Water Resources Plan, Sludge Hub and Satellite Dewatering Programme, as well as Navan Mid-Meath Water Supply Scheme.
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