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Shanganagh Bray Main Drainage Scheme

  • Project Type Wastewater
  • Client Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council
  • Company Involvement The Shanganagh Bray Main Drainage Scheme was awarded to Roadbridge in July 2011. Roadbridge were appointed Main Contractor and PSCS. McCarthy Hyder Consulting Engineers was appointed as designer.
  • Form of Contract Public Works Contract designed by the employer
  • Dates July 2011 - September 2012
  • Location Co. Wicklow, Ireland


The project involved construction of a storm water storage tank and rising mains from Bray Pumping Station to Shanganagh WwTW.


Key Features

  • Laying approximately 4.6km of 630mm OD, 380m of 900mm OD HPPE sewer rising main, 480m of concrete gravity pipeline in diameter 450mm - 900mm nominal bore
  • Construction of a 5,000m3 concrete storm storage tank including piling for foundations
  • Crossing the DART Bray-Dublin Railway Line by no-dig methods
  • Crossing foot bridge embankment with no-dig method with a 630mm nominal bore HPPE sewer rising main
  • Precast manhole and other chambers, ancillary works and al associated fencing and landscaping works
  • Traffic management
  • The project was delivered on-time and on budget