J. Murphy & Sons Ltd (“Murphy”), a leading specialist engineering and construction company, is proud to announce that National Gas Transmission has awarded Murphy a place on its Asset Health Framework.
The framework is planned to cover the RIIO-T2 and RIIO-T3 spending period delivering design and build asset replacements and upgrades across the National Transmission System (NTS) in order to develop and maintain a reliable, safe and secure network that is flexible in supporting the transition to a low-carbon future.
Commenting on the framework award, Jon Downs, Managing Director of Murphy’s Energy division said:
“We are delighted to have secured a position on the asset health framework and we are looking forward to the opportunity to continue building upon our existing long-term, successful, and collaborative relationship with National Gas Transmission during RIIO-T2 and beyond.
We recognise our important role in supporting National Gas Transmission to maintain a safe, secure and reliable NTS, and that natural gas will continue to be a key enabler to a green energy transition.
“Our direct delivery teams will continue to ensure all infrastructure design and construction is executed to the highest standards; and we are committed to working collaboratively with National Gas Transmission to deliver a sustainable future.”