Mouchel has worked at the heart of the water industry, both in the UK and internationally, for more than 125 years, delivering innovative, sustainable and integrated solutions for water supply wastewater drainage and flood risk. We work flexibly as needed, as a sole contractor or in partnership alliances and joint ventures to ensure that we give our clients the best possible service.

With the largely inherited water infrastructure that we have in the UK today, we recognise that we cannot simply build our way out of the challenges faced by the water sector. A more holistic approach is needed, incorporating innovative design, asset management and environmental management in order to deliver the sustainable solutions that a 21st century water industry demands.

Mouchel consistently delivers integrated and innovative water solutions to keep our clients ahead of the demands of investors, regulators, UK and European legislation, and the needs and expectations of customers.

Our business is focused on the design and construction of new infrastructure as well as on maximising the performance of existing assets. Our Asset Management and Design teams are set up to reflect these two distinct phases of the asset life cycle.

Our Asset Management team work with regulated companies to assess the condition and performance of water and wastewater systems, identifying solutions to ensure sustainable operation and maintenance strategies for the future.

Our Design team provides comprehensive design and construction support services across civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and process engineering. We work from feasibility and optioneering through to detailed design and commissioning.

From asset investment planning to award-winning water efficiency programmes, our teams provide an end-to-end service in the water sector.

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Providing accurate data and water asset management

When Northern Ireland (NI) Water was established as a government-owned company in 2007, it inherited a number of challenges resulting from underinvestment in its water and sewerage assets and the information…

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