UK-based water company United Utilities has appointed C2V, a joint venture between Jacobs and VolkerStevin, as the construction delivery partner for its new capital investment programme.  

The programme is estimated to be worth approximately $3.8bn and is set to run from 2025 to 2030, with an option to extend until 2035.  

C2V will be responsible for providing project management, design, construction, and commissioning services for a range of capital projects under the initiative.  

These projects will encompass water and wastewater treatment, pumping stations, reservoirs, bioresources, and energy. 

The collaboration between United Utilities and all organisations within the specialist framework aims to form an integrated delivery organisation to deliver these projects. 

United Utilities capital delivery director Jane Simpson said: “We’re really excited that we have secured some strong delivery partners to ensure we can deliver on our ambitious plans to transform infrastructure and services in the North West [England]. 

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“It will be our most ambitious programme yet and by putting this partnership in place with some of the best design and construction companies in the country, it allows us to get to work quickly and deliver the transformation that we know our customers want to see.” 

VolkerStevin managing director John Cox added: “We’re looking forward to collaborating with United Utilities, enterprise partners and the supply chain ecosystem to deliver the region’s biggest-ever environmental programme.  

“The enterprise model presents a unique opportunity for our businesses to collaborate, transform the way in which we work together and deliver more social and environmental value to the North West region than ever before.” 

Earlier this month, United Utilities announced the selection of Costain as one of seven partners to deliver its water and wastewater infrastructure investment programme.