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Kilmallock Bridge water reservoir project in Co. Wexford

Shay Murtagh Precast, a leader in precast concrete solutions in the UK and Ireland, is currently showcasing its expertise with the Kilmallock Bridge water reservoir project in Co. Wexford, partnering with Coffey Construction. This initiative, focusing on essential water storage infrastructure, is a testament to our commitment to providing innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of communities and industries.

Our role in this vital infrastructure project involves the intricate design, manufacture, delivery, and installation of two comprehensive water reservoirs. These are not just any water reservoirs; each is constructed with precision-engineered components including 32 wall panels, each 2.4m wide by 4.5m high, complemented by 26 top bands, 24 columns, 20 beams, and an impending assembly of 49 roof slabs. This level of detail underscores our dedication to quality and efficiency in every project we undertake.

In the realm of critical infrastructure, the role of water reservoirs cannot be understated. These reservoirs serve as pivotal components in managing and securing water resources for communities, industries, and ecosystems. Shay Murtagh Precast’s expertise in constructing water reservoirs is evident in the Kilmallock Bridge project. By employing advanced precast concrete technology, we ensure that each reservoir is built to last, with resilience against environmental stressors and capacity to meet future demands. Our approach not only facilitates the immediate goal of improving water supply security but also emphasizes the importance of sustainable water management practices. As we progress with the installation of the roof slabs, our team remains focused on delivering structures that stand as benchmarks for quality and sustainability in water resource management. Through such projects, Shay Murtagh Precast demonstrates its integral role in building infrastructure that supports both current needs and future growth, ensuring that communities across the UK and Ireland have access to vital water resources for decades to come.

The collaboration between Coffey Construction and Uisce Éireann, in partnership with Wexford County Council, marks a significant upgrade to the treated water storage facilities at Kilmallock Bridge. The overarching goal of this project is to fortify the security of the water supply, ensuring that Uisce Éireann customers have access to clean, safe drinking water. Furthermore, this development is poised to address and accommodate future capacity demands through to 2044, highlighting the forward-thinking approach of all entities involved.

This project not only underscores our expertise in delivering large-scale precast concrete structures but also our commitment to enhancing community infrastructures. By working closely with Coffey Construction, Uisce Éireann, and Wexford County Council, Shay Murtagh Precast is at the forefront of ensuring that future generations have access to vital resources, such as water, in a sustainable and environmentally conscious manner.

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