We’re very proud to sponsor the new away jerseys for Crescent Hockey Club. Based in Dooradoyle, near our head office, Crescent Hockey Club has been running since 2009. Pictured with the new jerseys, sporting the Conway Engineering logo, are the ladies under 14 and under 16 squads. So far they have proven to be very lucky jerseys with some great wins for the teams. Here’s to our continued success together!
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Irish Water has awarded Conway Engineering another national programme of works for delivery. This programme assesses suitability of the existing licenced Irish Water assets, identified for provision of first-time phosphorus removal via chemical precipitation to achieve compliance with the P-related ELVs (or objectives). The second phase of the contract is to design, supply and install a range of mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control and automation equipment for the successful completion, commissioning and testing of the Works.
After successfully delivering the ‘Access to Heights & Edge Protection’ programme since 2017, we have been re-appointed Lot 2 for the East Midlands to continue for a minimum of three more years. The broad scope of work is to assess, design and implement appropriate solutions at water and wastewater treatment facilities in the Eastern region. The aim is to address risks associated with access to heights and inadequate edge protection to ensure infrastructure complies with all relevant standards, legislation and regulations.
Conway Engineering is delighted to be working with Roadbridge & Keating Construction on the design and construction of a new wastewater treatment plant (WwTP) to treat runoff from dredging operations as part of the €100M Alexandra Basin Redevelopment in Dublin Port. This redevelopment involves the construction of approximately 3km of quay walls and deepening of the harbour basin and channel to accommodate larger sea going vessels.
Roadbridge & Keating Construction have been commissioned by Dublin Port to undertake dredging and stabilisation of contaminated sediments from the Alexandra Basin for re-use as engineering fill. The legacy contamination within dredged sediments relates to historical ship building and maintenance activities. The presence of metals and organo-tin compounds (TBTs) within the dredged sediments are the main risk drivers governing the suitability for reuse and the discharge of runoff. Conway Engineering has been commissioned to design a WwTP within a small available footprint to remove any contaminants from the runoff in accordance with the Industrial Emissions License as granted by the EPA. We look forward to working with all stakeholders on the delivery of this prestigious project.