Latest win for West Cumbrian firms with Sellafield partnership
An alliance of two West Cumbrian manufacturing firms has secured contracts worth more than £4 million with the Programme and Project Partners (PPP) at Sellafield.
The North West Energy Coast Alliance was formed as a collaborative partnership between two Workington-based SMEs, McMenon Engineering Services and TIS Cumbria. Now the partnership has been successfully appointed to deliver fabricated and manufactured equipment packages for two major projects at Sellafield.
The contract awards follow the North West Energy Coast Alliance being announced as a long-term delivery partner back in January this year.
The Programme and Project Partners approach allows the partnership between Sellafield Ltd, KBR, Jacobs, Morgan Sindall Infrastructure and Doosan to appoint key delivery partners and secure long-term goods and services agreements with suppliers and SMEs to support projects across the programme’s 20-year pipeline.
The approach encourages long-term collaboration throughout the supply chain, enhanced project delivery outcomes, and paves the way for greater economic and social impact in the West Cumbria region.