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02/04/2024

Shareridge Civil Engineering To Replace Watermains In Duncannon

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Shareridge Civil Engineering has been appointed to replace 1.6 kilometres of old watermains in Duncannon.

The works take place along a section the R733 in Ballyvaroge from the T-junction at the R737 and end at the R734 crossroads. These works which commenced March and are scheduled to be completed by May 2024.

Uisce Éireann, in partnership with Wexford County Council, are replacing the watermains which were prone to frequent bursts and leakage are being replaced with new modern pipes. Once complete, the works will provide a more reliable water supply and reduce high levels of leakage.

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Commenting on the project, Dave Murphy, Uisce Éireann Programme Manager, said: "To facilitate the safe delivery of the project and to minimise impact on the community, areas of work will be limited to short sections. Traffic management will be in place at this time, in the form of a stop/go system and traffic lights. Hours of work will be 8am - 5pm (Monday – Friday) and 8am - 1pm (Saturday). Local and emergency traffic will always be maintained.

"This essential work is part of a significant investment by Uisce Éireann to improve the water network across the country, prioritising investment where it is needed most enabling these communities to thrive."





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