Irish Water – Ringsend Sewage Plant Upgrade – Ireland - Project Profile
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Irish Water (IW) is undertaking the Sewage Plant Upgrade project at Ringsend in Dublin, Ireland.
The project involves the upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant by extending the capacity of the plant to a 2.1 million population equivalent.
This will include upgrading and retrofitting of between eight and eleven of the Upper Tanks which are arranged as sequencing batch reactors (SBR) and aerobic granular sludge (AGS) biological treatment process, decommissioning of the existing SBR tanks, construction of new internal buffer tanks, reconfiguration and structural alteration at the main feed centre cores, design, installation and commissioning of new internal equipment, upgrade of electrical supply and electrical panels, air supply and the instrumentation, control and automation system.
The project also includes the construction of a storage receiving station, a new collection building, replacement of primary sludge pipeline, and the installation of plant-wide SCADA system.
CDM Smith and J B Barry & Partners were appointed as the environmental consultants. The scope of the contract included a study of environmental impact assessment (EIA) and conceptual design. The contract was completed in early 2012.
On April 13, 2012, Dublin City Council submitted an application for consent with An Bord Pleanala and received consent for the project on November 16, 2012. The application included an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and an Appropriate Assessment (AA) in respect of the project.
Winthrop Engineering and Contracting (Winthrop) has been appointed as the Mechanical and Electrical contractor.
After taking over the project from DCC, Irish Water is developing an alternative strategy for the expansion of the sewage plant.
On December 10, 2015, IW issued the tenders for design and build contract for the project, with a submission deadline on February 4, 2016.
In March 2016, public consultation was initiated on Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and a Natural Impact Statement (NIS) for the plant till May 2016.
In March 2016, a public consultation was initiated on Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and a Natural Impact Statement (NIS) for the plant till May 2016.
In August 2016, Royal HaskoningDHV was appointed to provide expertise on its sustainable wastewater reduction treatment technology, Nereda aerobic granular sludge. Royal HaskoningDHV is working with a consortium of TJ O’Connor & Associates and J. B. Barry and Partners.
On February 22, 2017, IW issued the tenders for the Retrofit Contract Stage 1, with the submission deadline on April 12, 2017.
As of May 2017, IW is carrying out consultation and will submit revised planning application in fourth quarter of 2017 or in early 2018.
The project involves the upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant by extending the capacity of the plant to a 2.1 million population equivalent at Ringsend in Dublin, Ireland.
The US$467 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a new storage receiving station
2. Construction of a new collection building
3. Construction of new internal buffer tanks
4. Replacement of primary sludge pipeline
5. Installation of plant-wide SCADA system
6. Upgrading and retrofitting of between eight and eleven of the Upper Tanks (SBR)
7. Decommissioning of the existing SBR tanks
8. Reconfiguration and structural alteration at the main feed center cores
9. Design, installation and commissioning of new internal equipment
10. Upgrade of electrical supply and electrical panels
11. Upgrade of air supply and the instrumentation, control and automation system
12. Upgrading aerobic granular sludge (AGS) biological treatment process
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