Meath Water Mains Rehabilitation Project
This project involves the rehabilitation and replacement of approximately 25km of aging water mains across Co. Meath
This project will involve the rehabilitation and replacement of approximately 25km of aging water mains with new heavy duty plastic pipes across 16 areas in County Meath including Kells, Oldcastle, Athboy, Piercetown, Navan, Slane, Trim, Gaulstown, Ratoath, Sutherland Lane, M1 Crossing at Platin, Mornington, Rathmullen, Laytown, and Dunboyne.
- Works will commence on Monday 21 May 2018 to replace approximately 1.4km of water mains along Main Street Ratoath.
- The works will take place along the R125 (Main Street Ratoath) from the R125/R155 junction (local to Supervalu) to the Moulden Bridge Housing Estate. Works are expected to take approximately 16 weeks to complete.
- During the works a stop/go traffic management system will be in place and local access will be maintained at all times.
Completed Project Works
- Duleek - 3.5km of watermains replaced
What are the benefits of this project?
- Provide a more reliable water supply.
- Reduce disruptions in supply.
- Reduce water leakage.
- Improve drinking water quality.
- Improve water pressure.
- Improve efficiency and security of supply.
- Reduce maintenance costs.
What is involved as part of this project?
- Replacement of 25km of ageing water mains with new heavy duty polyethylene (HDPE) and ductile iron pipes across 16 locations.
- Replacement of 1,500 customer service pipes.
- Improve water pressure as leakage of the water mains will be reduced.
- Upon completion, there will be significant improvements in network performance and levels of customer service.