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Programme and Project Partners

Revolutionising the delivery of major projects at Sellafield

Customer: Sellafield Ltd
Location: West Cumbria
Value: £7bn
Completion: 2039



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Programme and Project Partners (PPP) is a 20-year partnership created to drive collaboration and change the way major projects are delivered at Sellafield.

A new model of project delivery, PPP is part of Project 13, an industry-led response to infrastructure delivery models. The model is not only developing, but as a partnership we are delivering some of the biggest infrastructure projects in Europe, on a highly regulated and secure site.

With a pipeline of more than 20 projects to be delivered, PPP is helping deliver the Sellafield mission of making the site safer, sooner.

Established by Sellafield Ltd in 2019, PPP operates through contracts with Morgan Sindall Infrastructure, Kellogg Brown and Root (KBR), Jacobs, and Altrad Babcock Ltd. Morgan Sindall Infrastructure's role is to deliver the civils construction management elements of the programme.

Project fact

PPP is one of eight early adopters to the Project 13 Infrastructure delivery method

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Making a difference

The 20-year commitment to PPP by Sellafield Ltd and all partners offers a real chance for long-term investment in our people and supply chains. By continuing to work alongside Sellafield, we will help build vibrant communities underpinned by sustainable world class businesses.

All procurement opportunities tendered on PPP include social value criteria, ensuring that we return positive social impact and create enablers in the local community for development and growth.

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