Birmingham Resilience Project (Water)

PSuK won the contract from Barhale to supply 25kms of 42” NB linepipe to Birmingham; taking potable water from Wales and delivering to Frankley reservoir to supply drinking water. The Birmingham Resilience Project is part of Severn Trent’s AMP6 investment programme. Most of Birmingham’s water has flowed down the Elan Valley Aqueduct (EVA) for over […]

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Fabricated Water Reservoir (Water)

Scottish Water commissioned the fabrication and construction on the largest UK water holding tank for the purpose of retaining potable water. In the interests of supplying untainted potable water a large holding tank was constructed in Western Scotland, outside Fort William. Pipeline Protection grit blasted and coated over 8,000 m2 of steel to the client specification. […]

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Dublin Bay Waste Water Transfer (Water)

The Dublin Bay Project was the largest urban drainage project ever undertaken in Ireland, providing for integrated networks and treatment at Ringsend for the whole Greater Dublin Catchment. Alfred McAlpine Pipeline Construction were responsible for constructing a 10Kk x 56” OD subsea pipeline across Dublin Bay for the Dublin Corporation. Pipeline Protection internally lined joints […]

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Lee Tunnel (Water)

The LEE Tunnel project is the largest British water engineering project for 20 years. This project involves the construction of a four-mile length of tunnel to prevent sewage discharges into the River Lee. The tunnel will prevent more than 16 million tonnes of sewage mixed with rainwater overflowing into the river from the Victorian sewer […]

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Amlaird (Water)

Caledonia Water Alliance (CWA), on behalf of Scottish Water, as part of its ongoing Amlaird WTW project. Scottish Water is improving the water supply network for over 200,000 people and businesses in Ayrshire and East Renfrewshire. £120 million is being invested in the drinking water network; 30 miles of new water mains will connect the […]

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