United Utilities Electricity offers tree maintenance contract

Tree contractors could win 10 years of work if they win a huge contract for an electricity company.



United Utilities Electricity Services said it envisaged awarding framework agreements and contracts for up to a decade.

It is handling the job on behalf of Electricity North West and teams will tackle tree cutting and vegetation control across the firm's catchment area.

"Contracts will be awarded on the basis of an initial five-year term with an optional extension of five years," said a representative.

The deadline for responses is 29 December.

Contact Andrew.stephenson@uuplc.co.uk or phone 01925 233247.


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