Bandon Water Main & Sewer Network Upgrade Project
Irish Water is investing €14 million in the Bandon Water Main & Sewer Network Upgrade Project
Irish Water is working proactively with our delivery partners and as part of a multi-agency working group to ensure that our construction works are carried out in a controlled and safe manner, in keeping with Government and HSE guidelines to protect workers, their families and the broader community.
Details of ongoing and upcoming works
|Location||Start Dates||Duration||Planned Works||Traffic Management|
|Balymodea/O'Mahony Avenue||Starting 12 June 2020||6 weeks||Pipeline Construction||Stop & Go|
|Convent Hill||Starting 2 June 2020||5 weeks||Pipeline Construction||Road Closure|
|Watergate Street||Starting 29 June 2020||10 weeks||Pipeline construction||Road Closure|
- Works commenced on Ballymodan/O’Mahony Avenue on the 12 June 2020. These works are the pipeline continuing from Weir Street pipeline works.
- A Stop and Go system is in place. Parking will be restricted during the works; we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
- Emergency services will always be worked with to ensure access
- Works recommenced on Convent Hill on week starting 02 June 2020. A 5-week road closure will be required to complete pipe construction.
- All residents, schools and businesses will continue to be communicated with in relation to the works.
- Works are scheduled to commence on Watergate Street on Monday 29 June 2020. A road closure will be in place for 10 weeks to facilitate watermain and sewer upgrades, tie in connections and road reinstatement.
- All residents, schools and businesses will be communicated with in relation to the works.
Ward and Burke Construction Ltd. has a full time Community Liaison Officer on the contract who is available to address and queries or concerns in relation to the works.
Contact details: Carol Harris 086 1449548 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Will improve the water and sewer network in Bandon
- Will reduce leakage in Bandon
- Provision for future growth within the Bandon area
- Replacement of 10kms aging water mains with a high frequency of burst and high rate of leakage
- Upgrading over 5kms of sewer network
- Replacement of all lead and copper communications pipes crossed or otherwise encountered during the construction works and replacement with polyethylene pipe
- Provision of a combined sewer underneath the bed of the St. Patrick’s Place Culvert on the Bridewell River from New Road along St. Patrick’s Place to Market Quay
- Removal of combined sewer overflows