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.

  • alexion
    March 24, 2020

    Project Alexion involved the provision of a resilient, clean water supply in the Blanchardstown area. The new main has been upsized to allow for more customers to connect in future without the need to construct a new water main. This significantly re …

  • donegal
    February 26, 2020

    Irish Water is working in partnership with Donegal County Council to deliver the Donegal Countywide Watermains Rehabilitation Project as part of the ongoing Donegal Water Conservation Project Stage 3 Scheme. Following a reappraisal of the water main …

  • glenbeg water treatment plant
    February 26, 2020

    The Glenbeg Water Treatment Plant is designed to treat up to 3,000m3 of water per day.  The plant is located on the western shore of Glenbeg Lough on the Beara Peninsula, Co. Cork, and supplies treated water to Castletownbere and its environs, includ …

  • lough mask
    February 26, 2020

    A Water Order secured under the 1942 Water Supplies Act gave the right to abstract up to 54,145m3 of water per day from Lough Mask. The phased development involved the provision of a supply connection to Westport Town from the Lough Mask Regional Wat …

  • longford central
    February 26, 2020

    Over the course of the Longford Central RWSS scheme, two works contract were carried out which significantly improved the existing water treatment and water supply infrastructure. The first contract that was carried out involved the improvement of wa …

  • costelloe
    February 26, 2020

    The Costelloe Regional Water Supply Scheme was procured in two contracts, a DBO contract for the lake impoundment, abstraction works and treatment (Contract 3), and an Employer Design contract for pipelines and reservoirs (Contract 2).  Contract 2 co …

  • westmeath
    February 26, 2020

    The Westmeath Water Conservation Project entailed a 3 stage approach to tackling the issue of unaccounted for water (UFW). Stage 1 involved putting Water Management Systems in place, District Meter Areas, to quantify the extent of the problem and sys …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

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