Shanganagh Bray Main Drainage Scheme

This project focused on value engineering as a key area

ByrneLooby designed the refurbishment of Bray Pumping Station which was a key part of the €78m Shanganagh Bray Main Drainage Scheme.

The scheme involves the construction of a new 186,000PE (population equivalent) wastewater treatment plant to serve the local population. 

In order to provide a cost effective solution to reconfigure and refurbish the pumping station, we initially analysed the station to identify which elements could be retained and value engineered into the refurbished design before progressing to design the new elements.

Our role included the provision of new electrics, SCADA, telemetry and standby generation for the station and we prepared the contract documents for the construction phase.   

Scope of Project

  • The Shanganagh Bray Main Drainage Scheme Contract No. 1 is a DBO Contract for a 186,000 PE wastewater treatment plant and upgrade of the associated pumping station.
  • Role involved civil, mechanical, electrical and ICA appraisal of the existing pumping station and the civil and MEICA design of the refurbishment works.  
  • Innovative design approach to ‘sweat’ the worth of the existing asset by analysing which elements could be retained and effectively incorporated into the refurbishment.
  • Employers Representative for the project as part of a consortium.

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