TOBIN’s Civil I Design Build I Water (CDBW) division incorporates a specialist team of professionals responsible for our Sustainable Engineering work. Our Sustainable Engineering Team provides a turnkey service from project inception to project completion and covers a broad range of project types which incorporates biomass and waste management and energy efficiency review and implementation.
At TOBIN we want to play our part in the fight against climate change. Our solutions to the management of biomass and waste and energy efficiency have enabled our clients to reduce their carbon footprint while also utilising their resource to the maximum potential.
We provide a consultancy service for energy consumption, generation and distribution that looks at infrastructure upgrade for energy efficiency, energy efficiency and renewable technology integration, carbon reduction road maps, energy strategy formulation and energy management services.
Our sustainable engineering team offer a wide variety of services including –
- Biological Treatment Facilities (including Anaerobic digestion and advanced thermal treatment technologies)
- Energy Audits
- Energy Efficiency installations and upgrades
- Energy from Waste Facilities
Featured Project Examples
Water Supply Project: Eastern and Midlands Region (WSP)
Irish Water, together with TOBIN Consulting Engineers as one of their Lead Consultants, embarked on a four-stage process to identify a suitable new source of water supply. Extensive studies and research have been undertaken to identify and assess all possible supply options to meet the future water supply requirements of the Eastern and Midlands Region.
Offaly Peatland Biosphere
TOBIN Consulting Engineers have been appointed to undertake a feasibility study, that will explore the Potential of Offaly’s Peatlands to achieve UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Status.
This study will define the ecological, climate mitigation, economic, community and cultural benefits while tackling the climate and ecological emergencies.
Templemore Infilling Works
This project comprises of the construction of a 900mm Ogee Pipe to be laid in the dry channel starting at Shortt’s Bridge, which will collect the existing outfalls and connect them to an existing Foul Sewer pipe on the north side of Small’s bridge, from where wastewater will flow by gravity to Templemore wastewater treatment plant for treatment.
Also included in the works is to infill the dry channel, creating a new space potentially for a footpath and/or cycle path.