Waterman re-appointed on London Borough of Bexley Framework
Waterman are pleased to have been awarded a new three-year framework with the London Borough of Bexley.
With the potential to be extended for a further two years, the framework is part of a long-standing partnership with the Borough to support economic, environmental and social regeneration. Bexley is committed to strengthen the area’s reputation as a desirable location to live in and do business, with plans to expand its transport infrastructure and education programmes while encouraging high aspirations and entrepreneurship.
Waterman Infrastructure & Environment have been working with Bexley since 1996 and were previously awarded four successive framework contracts covering a wide range of civil engineering, transportation and urban design services, as well as enabling project-specific support by the Group’s wholly owned subsidiary, Waterman Aspen.
Waterman’s team has successfully delivered a range of significant projects in Bexley over the last few years, including public realm improvements at Abbey Wood Station, Bexleyheath Town Centre revitalisation, new cycle routes and a number of highway enhancements.
Chris Welch, Waterman’s Regional Director leading the contract with Bexley, commented; “We are delighted for the opportunity to continue our longstanding relationship with the Bexley team, improving the local infrastructure which will bring social, economic and environmental benefits to this thriving Borough.”