Yarra Valley Water announces five-year partnerships
Yarra Valley Water has a signed a partnership with Jaydo, Aqua Metro and MFJ Constructions to deliver its Pipes and Facilities Program. Approximately $60 million worth of assets are managed by the program per year, which aims to improve the water, sewer and recycled water infrastructure across the region.
Jaydo, Aqua Metro and MFJ will support Yarra Valley Water’s construction projects across its water, non-drinking water and sewer pipes and facilities capital program. The initial term of the partnership is five years with the option of extension for up to 10 years.
Phong Nguyen, Growth Futures Acting General Manager, said the partnerships will allow safe, clean water and essential water services to continue being delivered across Melbourne. The impact of the partnerships will also be maximised as they are brought into the early design stages of projects.
“These partnerships will be focused on building strong relationships, openness and continual learning, leading to more delivery certainty and better outcomes for our customers, community and the environment,” Nguyen said.
The agreement aligns with Yarra Valley Water’s 2030 Strategy, which focuses on operational efficiency.
Manish Pancholi, CEO of Aqua Metro, said the company is committed to building strong relationships with Yarra Valley Water and other partners and stakeholders.
Joe Mustica, MFJ Constructions General Manager, also welcomed the partnership.
Jaydo Program Manager Keith McGovern said the company is excited to continue its partnership with Yarra Valley Water.
“We’re fully committed to helping Yarra Valley Water achieve its goal to provide exemplary water and sanitation services that contribute to the health and wellbeing of current and future generations,” McGovern said.
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