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Schull Sewerage Scheme Collection System

  • Project Type Wastewater
  • Client Cork County Council
  • Company Involvement Roadbridge was appointed as the Main Contractor and Project Supervisor for the Construction phase of this project on the 12th May 2008 and RPS acted as the Engineers.
  • Form of Contract Traditional Form of Contract
  • Dates June 2008 - October 2009
  • Location Co. Cork, Ireland
  • Value €2 Million


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Key Features

  • The construction and replacement of approximately 7180m of storm and foul sewers for the town of Schull in West Cork. The scheme also involved the construction of a small sewage pumping station
  • Principal quantities included:
  • 5.2km of gravity foul pipelines ranging in sizes from 225mmØ – 750mm
  • 1,608m of gravity storm pipelines ranging in Sizes from 225mm - 525mm Ø
  • 1,180m of rising main ranging in sizes from 150mm - 200mm Ø
  • 2,950m of water main ranging in sizes from 100mm - 200mm Ø
  • The construction of a pumping station and modification of the existing holding tank
  • The pumping station was constructed within a tidal zone. Roadbridge undertook extensive strengthening works to an old railway bridge which spanned a stream. Civil works also involved going through an existing stone arch storm culvert and reconstructing it again