TOBIN Consulting Engineers’ Civil I Design Build I Water (CDBW) Division boasts a strong team of competent engineers that are highly experienced in providing dependable and informative advice for a broad range of drainage scheme assignments. Our seven decades of experience has meant that we were, and continue to be, an early adopter of the latest software packages to compliment our service delivery. Our specialist services in this space include:

  • Design of conventional and Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS)
  • Modelling/assessment of existing sewer networks
  • Drainage Area Plans (DAPs)
  • Design of sewer network improvements/rehabilitation

Featured Project Examples

Greater Dublin Drainage

The core requirement of the Greater Dublin Drainage project was to safely deliver a Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant and associated marine outfall located in the northern part of the Greater Dublin Area (GDA), and an Orbital Drainage System linking the Regional WWTP to the existing regional sewer network.

Drogheda Main Drainage

Drogheda is one of the largest towns in County Louth and in recent years, has experienced rapid population growth with expansion of the town and its environs. Drogheda Main Drainage and Wastewater Disposal Scheme was implemented to improve the water quality of the River Boyne, to comply with the Urban Wastewater Treatment Directive and to improve the potential for continued development of the town.

Dundalk Main Drainage and Waste Water Disposal Scheme

TOBIN provided engineering consultancy services for the Preliminary Report, Detailed Design, Procurement and Construction Administration for the Dundalk Wastewater Treatment Plant. In 2011, Louth County Council commissioned TOBIN to prepare a Preliminary Report to examine options to achieve reductions in effluent Total Nitrogen and Total Phosphorous concentrations in order to comply with the new water quality legislation and the Waste Water Discharge License (WWDL) emission limit values, where the existing outfall discharges to the designated Castletown Estuary.

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