Tyneside Water Network Improvements

Northumbrian Water are embarking upon an investment of over £6m in our strategic trunk mains water network in Northumberland, North Tyneside, Newcastle and Gateshead. This project is known as Pipeline Management.

Update by Christine Taylor

Good morning,

We have now been on site a couple of weeks and you may have seen our team in the park area.  Our compound is in place and we promise to keep the area tidy, however if you do notice anything we need to address please let us know direct.  You can do this by approaching one of our team or messaging me direct on here. We have also constructed a temporary access road to enable us to carry out our works and removed some vegetation.

Our site are friendly and approachable, however please keep a safe distance (2m) at all times.  Each and everyone of our team will be happy to discuss our work or answer any questions. 

Our team

Dave Eden, our Site Manager, is always on site and is extremely experienced.  His role is to oversee the day to day activities on site.  He is assisted by Jordan, the site engineer, and they both work with our pipe layers, led by Peter.

Andrew McKenna is our Contracts Manager, for Esh-Stantec, and will be overseeing the scheme as a whole.  As for me, I am the Customer Service Manager for Esh-Stantec, me and my team will be contacting you over the course of the works to keep you informed.

We will update you all again very soon.



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