At TOBIN, we have over sixty years experience in conceptualising and delivering projects for our clients across the Building & Infrastructure, Energy & Environment and Water Services sectors.

  • Mothel Solar Farm
    June 10, 2019

    TOBIN Consulting Engineers were appointed to carry out an assessment of flood risk to the proposed Mothel Solar Farm in Curraghduff, County Waterford. The proposed development (the subject of this flood risk assessment report) will involve the constr …

  • June 10, 2019

    TOBIN Consulting Engineers were commissioned by Elgin Energy to carry out a Flood Risk Assessment on a solar farm located in County Kilkenny approximately 2km west of Ballyragget Town. The Flood Risk Assessment was carried out in accordance with a st …

  • Derryadd Wind Farm
    June 10, 2019

    TOBIN Consulting Engineers were appointed to provide engineering and environmental consultancy services for the design and planning of the proposed Derryadd Wind Farm development in Co. Longford. The development includes of the following works: • Con …

  • Lisheen Wind Farm
    June 10, 2019

    As part of the planning application for the Lisheen III Wind Farm development, TOBIN Consulting Engineers were commissioned to carry out a Site-Specific Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) of the proposed works. The FRA has been prepared in accordance with t …

  • Water Supply Eastern Midland
    July 10, 2019

      Client:  Irish Water     Key Facts: Irish Water is responsible for delivering secure, reliable and sustainable water supplies. Extensive studies have been undertaken to identify and assess supply options. Abstraction of water from Pa …

  • OPW Templemore Flood Relief Scheme
    October 24, 2019

    The town of Templemore, County Tipperary, lies on the Mall River, which drains a catchment area of 22km2 that includes parts of the Kilduff and Devilsbit Mountains, before flowing into the River Suir two kilometres further downstream. The town has a …

  • Swords Watermain
    November 25, 2019

    As the age-old proverb suggests, necessity is indeed the ‘mother of invention’, and within a construction and engineering context particularly, we have seen time and time again that the primary driving force for innovation is the need to resolve a re …

  • east galway landfill
    February 26, 2020

    Landfill facility of 60.8 hectares in size which was licensed by the EPA on 26th July 2004.  It has accepted waste since December 2005 at a rate of 100,000 tonnes per annum for disposal and up to 27,320 tonnes of engineering materials per annum for r …

  • letterkenny hospital
    February 26, 2020

    In July 2013, following intense rainfall in the area, flooding occurred in parts of Letterkenny General Hospital. The source of the flood water was a local stream known as the Sprackburn Tributary (a tributary of the River Swilly), which runs towards …

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