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Carlow Town Surface Water Drainage Scheme, Flood Relief Scheme Phase A and Water Conservation Project Phase 2

Upgrading of the existing sewerage network by constructing new storm and foul sewer lines, surface water and overflow chambers and pumping stations around the town of Carlow.
 

Watermain rehabilitation works include laying new mains to replace existing services, transferring service connections and installing new sluice valve chambers, hydrants and air valves.
 

Flood protection works between Montgomery Street and Carlow Weir consist of flood defence walls and embankments.
 

The scheme encompasses the Kernanstown Serviced Land Initiative which consists of new sewers, and overflow chamber, a pumping station and rising main linking Kernanstown to the main drainage network.

Carlow Town Surface Water Drainage Scheme, Flood Relief Scheme Phase A and Water Conservation Project Phase 2 Project Team:
Client - Carlow County Council
Engineer - RPS Consulting Engineers

Contract Value:
19.5 Million

Construction Period:
May 2010