Galway City Western Environs Water Supply Scheme

Galway City Western Environs Water Supply Scheme ? Tonabrocky Reservoir.

MEIC Ltd? were appointed as Project Supervisor for the Construction Stage for the Galway City Western Environs Water Supply Scheme ? Tonabrocky Reservoir.

This project involves the construction of a new in-situ concrete reservoir, construction of access road and pull in area, construction of scour outlet pipe and headwall, filling around reservoir and construction of all interconnecting pipework on site.

The Galway City Western Environs Water Supply Scheme serves areas to the west of Galway City including the Knocnacarragh area of Galway City, and the Barna and Moycullen areas of Galway County, together with a large rural hinterland.? The scheme receives its water from the Terryland Water Treatment Works via pumping to Clifton Hill Reservoir and further pumping from Clifton Hill to Tonabrocky Reservoir via a 300mm diameter rising main.

The scheme has been the subject of water supply restrictions in recent years and the provision of additional storage capacity at Tonabrocky is required.? This is being constructed by MEIC Ltd.

Main Quantities:

  • Excavation 500m3
  • Back Filling With Lean Mix 1,400m3
  • Concrete to Structure 1,000m3
  • Formwork 2,000m3
  • Rebar 100 ton
  • Ductile Iron Pipework 200m
  • uPVC Pipework 355m
  • Construction of Access Road and pull in Area

Client

Galway County Council

Client Representatives

Tobin Consulting Engineers

Date

October 2012 – October 2013

Contract Value

? 800 000

Location

Tonabrocky, Galway

Date

January 21, 2021

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