Enfield Water Treatment Plant Treated Water Storage Project

Irish Water is progressing plans to safeguard the water supply to homes and businesses in the Enfield area with the construction of a new Treated Water Storage reservoir.

Irish Water, working in partnership with Meath County Council, has signed a new construction contract with Coffey Construction Limited to build a new storage reservoir at the Enfield Water Treatment Plant. This essential project involves the construction of a new 300m³ covered treated water storage reservoir that will help to safeguard the water supply to homes and businesses in the Enfield area.

The new Treated Water Storage Reservoir will provide storage of water supply in the event of an interruption at the Enfield Water Treatment Plant, providing increased resilience on the Enfield network and minimising the impact an unplanned outage may have on customers.

Location
Meath
Status
In Progress
Type
Water

What are the benefits of these works?

This project will help safeguard the water supply and improve water supply security and resilience for homes and business in Enfield.

What is involved as part of this project?

The project includes the construction of:

  • A new 300m³ covered treated water reservoir at the existing water treatment plant in Enfield
  • A new pumping station to pump treated water into supply
  • Capital maintenance works included new Borehole pumps
  • Construction of associated pipelines on site to connect to the new reservoir
  • All other associated Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control, Automation and ancillary works

What is happening next?

Works will take place in Glen Abhainn Estate, Enfield. The first element of the works involves enabling works for an ESB diversion to facilitate the construction of the new Reservoir and construction of site entrance. These works commenced on 8 February 2022.

It is expected the project will be completed in Q3 2022.

The project team wish to minimise disruption to the community and residents of Enfield and Glen Abhainn as much as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.