Clonmel North Reservoir & Pipeline

The project is required to increase the security of the water supply for businesses and residents in North Clonmel, where the existing water infrastructure has an insufficient level of storage capacity.


Irish Water


Nicholas O'Dwyer


Clonmel Co. Tipperary

Design & Build the new Clonmel North Reservoir & Pipeline by Irish Water and their consultants Nicholas O'Dwyer.

Key Features

The proposed Scope of Works consists of the design, construction, mechanical and electrical installation, testing and commissioning of the following elements:

 *4,000m3 capacity drinking water storage reservoir in the townland of Giantsgrave north-west of Clonmel;
 *Control House on the reservoir Site;
 *Associated site works including landscaping, security fencing and surface water drainage system;
 *Approximately 1.6 km of 200mm diameter ductile iron rising main from Rathduff Lower to the proposed reservoir;
 *Approximately 0.28 km of 300mm diameter treated water rising main to connect to rising main to be laid by others in the future;
 *Approximately 0.3km of 300mm diameter ductile iron which transitions to approximately 1.3 km of 200mm diameter ductile iron distribution main from Rathduff Lower to the proposed reservoir;
 *0.35 km of scour/overflow main from the proposed reservoir along the L 3276;
 *Booster station at Rathronan;
 *Ancillary Works associated with the developments.

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