Burncourt and Fethard Water Supply Scheme DBO
Tipperary County Council
Burncourt and Fethard
Contract Value: €
MEIC Ltd have been appointed as Main Civil Specialist for the Burncourt Fethard Water Supply Scheme, Contract No. 1 in association with our sister company, Glan Agua Ltd. The contract provides for the design, supply, construction, installation, testing and commissioning, operation and maintenance for a period of ten years of all plant, materials, equipment and ancillary items associated with the works
The Burncourt and Fethard Water Supply Scheme is being developed for the purpose of providing a supply of treated water between Slievenamon and the old North Tipperary County border, serving a number of towns and villages in the area, including Fethard, Burncourt, Killenaule, Mullinahone and Ballingarry.
The new Fethard Water Treatment Plant will be located in an area of commercial forestry approximately located approximately 7.6 km east-south-east of Fethard and will be designed to treat 6,500 m3 of raw water per day.
The Fethard scheme will include the installation of abstraction works and a pumping station at the Anner River as well as the upgrading of 3 no. existing sources, located in the townland of Walshbog, approximately 5 km south-east of Fethard.
Raw water will be stored on site at the Fethard WTP before gravity fed through a DAF clarification process. Treated water will be stored onsite in a twin cell reservoir which will supply the area by gravity.
The new Burncourt Water Treatment Plant will be located at Glengarra Wood, 2 km northwest of the village of Burncourt, Co. Tipperary. The Burncourt scheme will include the construction of a new abstraction works on the Burncourt River with the intention of supplying 2,600 m³ of raw water to the treatment works per day.
Raw water from the Burncourt River will be delivered to the treatment plant by gravity flow and stored on site before being pumped through a DAF clarification process. Treated water will be pumped to a nearby reservoir before being gravity fed to the existing water supply network.