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Anglian Water: @one Alliance

The @one Alliance is a partnership consisting of 7 companies who each provide specialised knowledge allowing the @one Alliance to deliver complex delivery projects in the most efficient way, reducing the cost to Anglian Water’s customers.

Within @one Alliance we’re currently embarking on a huge programme of work costing a massive £1.2 billion. We’re almost halfway through our current 5-year Asset Management Period (AMP7) meaning we’re full steam ahead in delivering around 50% of Anglian Water’s capital delivery projects.

Our partners are Anglian Water Asset Delivery, Balfour Beatty, Barhale, Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB), SWECO, SKANSKA and MWH Treatment. Employees in the @one Alliance are employed across all our partner companies and work together to deliver complex programmes of work.

The @one Alliance is currently working on over 700 projects all designed to improve and expand the Anglian Water network to better serve existing customers and help ensure supply for future customers as well.

Why work for the @one Alliance?

In the @one Alliance, we work closely with our colleagues from Anglian Water and the other alliances to make sure we do the best job we can.

With each employee being brought to the @one Alliance by their partner organisations, it’s a great chance to make connections across 7 different companies while still working as part of the same team working to achieve the same goals and targets.

If @one sounds appealing to you

If working for the @one Alliance sounds appealing to you then why not apply! Check out our job listings below to see what roles we currently have available.

Meet our team!

Don't take our word for it, here our some of our team to tell you about their journeys

Charlotte Worthington
Head of Customer and External Communications - @one
Calum Webb
Graduate Civil Engineer - @one
Lewis Dobson
Graduate Process Engineer - @one
Sophie Read
Graduate Project Manager - @one
Amber Richardson
Customer Experience Manager - @one
Charlotte Worthington
Head of Customer and External Communications - @one

Working for @one feels like you are contributing to a larger purpose. Taking the best from the partner companies helping shape the business strategy where our ideas are heard and where personal development and growth are encouraged.

Calum Webb
Graduate Civil Engineer - @one

@one is an excellent place to start your career, the friendly and collaborative nature ensures you meet a wide variety of people, all with different roles, backgrounds, and ideas!

Lewis Dobson
Graduate Process Engineer - @one

Within the Alliance employee development is highly valued, therefore I would suggest that new graduates remain curious as you are surrounded by industry leading experts from a range of disciplines who are always happy to help.

Sophie Read
Graduate Project Manager - @one

I’m a Graduate Project Manager and the graduate programme has been tailored to help me gain the necessary skills and knowledge within the @one Alliance to succeed in my future career

Amber Richardson
Customer Experience Manager - @one

Working for @one Alliance gives me the encouragement to be who I am and the flexibility to tap into my own working style. The Alliance promotes self-awareness of your health and wellbeing ensuring you have a healthy work life balance. There’s a real diversity across teams within the Alliance and the high level of trust from managers gives you the ability to collaborate with so many people.

Projects

Great Haddon

At our Great Haddon site in Peterborough, we’ve been working to help expand the existing Anglian Water network to ensure safe and resilient supply to future customers. We’ve installed a new pumping station, an 8m deep well and over 4km of pipes designed to serve the water recycling needs of new housing developments without putting strain on the existing network.

Southend on Sea

Following a major sewer collapse in December 2021 our teams have been working on emergency repairs at a Water Recycling Centre in Southend-On-Sea. The collapsed sewer took the majority of wastewater from Southend into the recycling centre and had to be re-routed through temporary pipework while repairs are ongoing. Since stabilising the area our teams have been working in shafts up to 20m below ground level in order to complete the repair as quickly and safely as possible while ensuring minimal disruption to customers.

Thetford

In Thetford we’re conducting an extensive programme of works designed to add resilience to the local water network and ensure that as the area grows local residents continue to have a stable water supply. Part of this programme includes laying a 1.5m diameter pipe under an active railway bridge. In order to ensure there is no disruption to the railway the tunnelling equipment must be placed further back than usual to reduce the amount of vibration going through the lines. To reduce waste the contents of the tunnel are mixed into a slurry and pumped out before being dried, resulting in material that can be reused later on.