WWS – Corfe Mullen to Salisbury Water Pipeline – England - Project Profile
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Wessex Water Services Ltd (WWS) is undertaking the construction of a water pipeline passing from Corfe Mullen in Dorset to Salisbury in Wiltshire through Blandford and Shaftesbury
The project involves the construction of a 64km water pipeline with a supplying capacity of 20 million litres per day (MLD) and will be developed in sections.
It includes the construction of an operating plant, storage tanks, pumping stations and related infrastructure, the installation of related equipment and water purification systems, and the laying of pipelines.
Pumping stations will be constructed at the villages of Corfe Mullen, Sturminster Marshall, Pimperne, Monkton Deverill, Codford and Wylye, while Storage tanks will be built at Sturminster Marshall, Snowsdown, Littledown, Summerslade Down, Codford and Camp Hill.
WS Atkins Plc has been appointed as consulting engineer, Trant Construction Ltd and May Gurney Construction as contractors, two other contractors inland division of WWS will also undertake the construction works for the project.
In 2013, Kier Group Plc acquired the May Gurney Construction company.
WWS submitted a planning application to East Dorset District Council (EDDC), North Dorset District Council (NDDC) and Wiltshire Council (WC) on November 15, 2012.
EDDC and NDDC approved the planning application filed by WMS in March 2013.
In April 2013, WC approved the planning application submitted by WWS.
WWS held public consultations to discuss the project plans in October 2013.
On April 23, 2015, Aecom was appointed to assist the delivery of the detailed design by providing pipeline design engineers for the project.
In December 2015, All the pipelines for the trunk main system from Corfe Mullen to Salisbury have been installed.
Saint-Gobain PAM UK has appointed to supply pipes.
Construction works are underway and is expected to be completed by 2018.
The Corfe Mullen–Salisbury Water Pipeline project involves the construction of a 64km water pipeline with a supplying capacity of 20 million litres per day (MLD) from Corfe Mullen in Dorset to Salisbury in Wiltshire through Blandford and Shaftesbury.
The US$306 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an operating plant
2. Construction of pumping stations
3. Construction of storage tanks
4. Installation of related equipment
5. Installation of water purification systems
6. Laying of pipelines
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