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Ballymore Water Treatment Works

  • Dublin City Council 
  • Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare 
  • RPS 
  • June 2011 

This project to modernise the Dublin City Council water treatment plant at Ballymore Eustace involves the erection of new facilities & the demolition & refurbishment of existing facilities.

The plant's current output is to be upgraded from 267mld to 318mld. As Ballymore Eustace WTW provides 55% of the clean water to the city of Dublin no interference with the plant's output is permissible during the construction. BAM civil's contract includes all civil & building works associated with this upgrade. The M&E works are not within BAM Civil scope.

Works include

  • Construction of New Sedimentation tanks
  • Construction of New Administration building
  • Construction of New Filter Block and Post-Filtration Block
  • Construction of Reservoir
  • Construction of New Surface Water Manifold Building
  • Construction of Glazed Walkways between Structures
  • Diversion of Existing Watermains, Connections to Existing Watermains, Construction of Bypass Pipework
  • Construction of Wastewater Management Plant
  • Laying of Various Gravity and Pressure Watermains up to 1.6m dia. s/s and flanged.
  • Ancillary Systems
  • Siteworks 12. Modifications to Existing Contact Tanks
  • Construction of new ESB Sub-station 14. Structural Modifications to Filter Gallery of the Existing Filter Beds
  • Internal Modifications to Filter Gallery of the Existing Filter Beds 1 to 10
  • Reconstruction of a Section of the Existing Spillway & Extension of the Spillway
  • Modifications to floor of Existing Sludge Balancing Tank
  • Construction of New Weir House
  • Construction of Retaining Walls
  • Connections to Existing Watermains
  • Modifications at the Liffey Intake Works
  • Mechanical and Electrical Works
  • Construction of Flood Containment Structures
  • Demolition of Existing Structures
  • Construction of Reception block

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