Construction group Galliford Try said it was part of a joint venture that had won a 180m pound waste water contract.
The contract to upgrade and extend Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Works was awarded by United Utilities Group to a team which also includes Costain Group and Atkins (WS).
The project involves the construction of a two-storey sequential batch reactor plant in the disused Wellington Dock, as well as upgrades to the existing works in the adjacent Sandon Dock to the north of Liverpool city centre.
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In April 2010 the joint venture was appointed by United Utilities to work on its AMP5 schemes - the water company's planning period for 2010-2015.
The new contract will be implemented as part of existing framework arrangements, the firm said.
"We are delighted to secure this business from an existing framework client," said Chief Executive Greg Fitzgerald.
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