Baltray – Termonfeckin Sewerage and Water Supply Scheme

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Baltray – Termonfeckin Sewerage and Water Supply Scheme

Client: Louth County Council

Value: €6.8 million

Description of Project:

M&B Construction Ltd was the Main Contractor on this project and was appointed Project Supervisor for the Construction Stage. The contract included the construction of some 22 km of new gravity sewers, Rising Mains, Sea Outfalls and watermains from Baltray to Termonfeckin in County Louth.  The works also included the construction of  cast-insitu pumping stations, which were constructed  in severe ground and tidal conditions.   The following is an overview of some of the works undertaken on the project:

  1. 19 km of sewers ranging in diameter from 225mm to 900mm and laid to depths of up to 5m.
  2. 230m of 750mm diameter precast concrete pipeline sea outfall.
  3. 3 km of 350mm Ductile Iron Rising Main.
  4. Reinforced concrete cast in-situ Pump Stations, 11.5m deep and 7.5m deep, with sheet piled cofferdams, constructed in severe ground conditions in a tidal zone.
  5. 2650m of 250mm HDPE welded watermain.
  6. Road Construction.
  7. Structural and vibration monitoring of adjacent ESB and Eircom service buildings.
  8. Archaeological monitoring of the works.
  9. Upgrade of existing (Potable) Water Treatment Plant and Construction of new watermains.