Balloo Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Centre, Bangor

CEEQUAL Very Good – Whole Project Award Version 3, Aug 2009 | Bangor, Wales Client: North Down Borough Council Design team: Michael Whitley Architects Lead Consultant: Albert Fry Associate Engineers, AH Design M&E Consultants, VB Evans Quantity Surveyors Main Contractor: Heron Brothers Ltd. Assessor: Mael Wilford Project Summary The Waste Transfer Station is a facility comprising … Continue reading “Balloo Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Centre, Bangor”

Barrow Gurney Reservoir

CEEQUAL Excellent (92.3%) – Whole Project Award Version 3, Oct 2008 | Bristol, England Client: Bristol Water Design: Black and Veatch Construction: Costain Assessor: Andy Smith Project Summary The objective of the project was to construct a 40mgl four-chamber partially buried and covered concrete reservoir with ancillary emergency pumping equipment. In addition, a controlling flow-brake … Continue reading “Barrow Gurney Reservoir”

Shieldhall Strategic Solution

CEEQUAL Excellent (90.3%) – Client & Design Award Version 5, Dec 2014 | Glasgow, Scotland Sustainability Strategy Rating: Excellent (93.0%) Client: Scottish Water Designer: CH2M with  MWH (sub-consultant) Assessor: Susan McIvor Project summary Scottish Water determined, through the Glasgow Strategic Studies (GSS) Value Management process, that a new tunnelled sewer to relieve the existing South Side … Continue reading “Shieldhall Strategic Solution”

Thames Water Ring Main Tunnel Extensions – AMP4 London Resilience Programme: 6DCF New River Head to Stoke Newington (Interim)

CEEQUAL Excellent (87.2%) – Interim Client & Outline Design Award Version 3, Oct 2007 | London, England Client: Thames Water Utilities Ltd Designers: London Clean Water Network (LCWN) and Mott MacDonald Assessor: Casey Flemming Project Summary The Thames Water Ring Main (TWRM) northern extension from New River Head to Stoke Newington is one of the … Continue reading “Thames Water Ring Main Tunnel Extensions – AMP4 London Resilience Programme: 6DCF New River Head to Stoke Newington (Interim)”

Thames Water Ring Main Tunnel Extensions – AMP4 London Resilience Programme: 4DCF Brixton To Honor Oak (Interim)

CEEQUAL Excellent (75.8%) – Interim Client & Outline Design Award Version 3, May 2011 | London, England Client: Thames Water Utilities Ltd Design: London Clean Water Network (LCWN) and Mott MacDonald Contractor: Morgan Sindal Assessor: Casey Flemming Project Summary The Thames Water Ring Main (TWRM) was completed in 1994 and comprises a complete tunnelled ring … Continue reading “Thames Water Ring Main Tunnel Extensions – AMP4 London Resilience Programme: 4DCF Brixton To Honor Oak (Interim)”

Carran Hill Water Treatment Works

CEEQUAL Excellent (82.1%) – Whole Team Award Version 3, Jun 2006 | Crossmaglen, Northern Ireland Client: Northern Ireland Water Service Design and Construction: Farrans (Construction) Ltd and Earth Tech Engineering (now AECOM) Assessor: Alex Anderson & Samantha Rice Project Summary Carran Hill Water Treatment Works is situated on the outskirts of Crossmaglen in County Armagh. The works … Continue reading “Carran Hill Water Treatment Works”

Reading Sewage Treatment Plant

CEEQUAL Excellent (79.5%) – Whole Team Award Version 2, Aug 2003 | Reading, England Client: Thames Water Designers: Faber Mausell (now AECOM) Construction: Black & Veatch and Taylor Woodrow Construction Assessor: Bill Wood Project Summary Design and construction of the new Reading sewage treatment works is being undertaken by an Alliance consisting of the client Thames Water … Continue reading “Reading Sewage Treatment Plant”

Greyabbey and Kircubbin Wastewater Treatment Works

CEEQUAL Excellent (91.9%) – Whole Team Award Version 2, Jun 2003 | Kircubbin, Northern Ireland Client: Northern Ireland Water Service Designer: Northern Ireland Water Service Construction: Geda and EPS Consortium Assessor: Neil Brady Project Summary Greyabbey and Kircubbin are located towards the northern end of Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland. In 2001 Water Service Design Group undertook the task … Continue reading “Greyabbey and Kircubbin Wastewater Treatment Works”