Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme

Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme

Irish Water are progressing the Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme incorporating the Tolka Valley Park Pumping Station. The project represents a major capital investment and will involve the upgrade of the existing sewer network currently serving Blanchardstown and the surrounding catchment areas. This infrastructure will expand the capacity of the wastewater network and will facilitate existing and future residential and commercial development. It will also reduce the frequency and volume of untreated wastewater overflows from the wastewater network to the River Tolka.

Blanchardstown Regional Drainage Scheme
Our Role

Our Role

ByrneLooby were appointed by Irish Water as Consulting Engineers and Designers for the project. This includes the design of deep underground storage tanks with a total combined capacity of approximately 30,000m³, approximately 3.2km of large diameter pipeline installed using trenchless tunnelling techniques and the Tolka Valley Park Pumping Station. ByrneLooby prepared the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to accompany the planning application made by Irish Water. In July 2017 the project was granted planning permission by Fingal County Council and the project is expected to progress to construction by early 2019.

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