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Client: Cork County Council

Cost: Approximately €4,000,000

Completion date: 2006

Description: The project incorporated the provision of foul sewers, storm sewers, rising mains and pumping stations in the old coastal town of Crosshaven. The construction of the works was carried out as a conventional contract. The works, which were commissioned in July, 2006, now successfully divert sewage flow away from the existing Cork Harbour outfalls to two new pump stations which operate in series to transmit sewage flows by twin rising mains to the Carrigaline sewer system, over 6 km away. The renovation of the Crosshaven Town Centre was included as a section of the works. This renovation involved the construction of a new architecturally designed 80 space car park, rerouting the existing road network, provision of bus stops and utility services to accommodate all vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

 

 
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