CCC – Cork Flood Control System – Munster - Project Profile
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Cork City Council (CCC) is planning for a flood defense project in Munster, Ireland.
The project involves the construction of infrastructural facilities for reducing flood risk. It includes the construction of 4.2km of embankments, 2.9km of walls, four new culverts, weirs, four pumping stations and other related infrastructure.
Arup has been appointed as a design consultant, JBA Consulting as a planning consultant, and Ryan Hanley Consulting Engineers and McCarthy Keville O'Sullivan as environmental consultants for the project.
In January 2017, the plans were put on public display for the approvals.
In April 2017, once again public consultation was held by the Office of Public Works.
As of October 2017, The project is facing delay from the opposition.
The project involves the construction of infrastructure facilities for reducing flood risk in Cork, Munster, Ireland.
The US$68 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 4.2km of embankments
2. Construction of 2.9km of walls
3. Construction of four new culverts
4. Construction of four pumping stations
5. Construction of weirs
6. Construction of related infrastructure
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