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Mayo – Galway Gas Pipeline

  • Project Type Gasline
  • Client Bord Gáis Networks
  • Company Involvement The Mayo- Galway Gas Pipeline project was awarded to the SICIM /Roadbridge JV in April 2005 by Bord Gáis Networks.
  • Form of Contract IEI Fixed Price Lump Sum Contract
  • Dates May 2005 – September 2006
  • Location Co. Mayo, Ireland

Technical difficulties associated with the project included the crossing of the various rivers and the construction of pipelines in bog up to 5m deep in areas designated as SACs. An environmental assessment was undertaken to protect areas of conservation along the pipeline corridor and construction techniques were adopted to ensure that any adverse impact on these areas was minimized.

Key Features

  • The construction of 132km of 660mm Gas Pipeline from Bellanaboy Co. Mayo to Ballymoneen Co. Galway
  • Pipeline Design Pressure: 120 bar G and Working Pressure of 88bar
  • The preparation and fencing of 132km of spread for the Pipeline
  • Excavate, backfill and reinstate 132km of pipeline and 3 way ducting and other ancillary works
  • 5 no. National road crossings
  • 6 no. Regional road crossings
  • 114 no. road and track crossings
  • 87 no. river crossings & 5 no. rail crossings
  • Installation of 132km of 3 way ducting
  • 5 no. Above ground installations (AGI’s)