We have successfully completed the installation of the new sheet piled western cell as part of the western breakwater. In early 2022, we will extend the land to the cell to form the completed western breakwater. Operations on the quay extension are also ongoing with the placement of precast beams. Dredging of the soft material in the berth pocket and navigation channel continues to progress and in January we will transfer the 170T excavator onto the barge to commence rock breaking in the berth pocket. Well done to all involved to date.
We have recently commenced a road project in the townland of Brackahargh, Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry for our client Kerry County Council. The project includes the upgrade and widening of a 1.2km section of the N70 National Secondary Road and construction of a new cycle way. The project has many challenges including the removal of a 9m high shear rock face and the excavation and replacement of peat to depths of 4m below existing ground level. Works on site have progressed very well since mobilising in early November and the site team are doing an excellent job in challenging weather conditions. They are shutting down tomorrow for a well-earned break for Christmas.
Works are progressing well in our Waterford Infrastructure Upgrade Project for our client, IDA Ireland. The programme of works is 25% complete with seven roads surfaced to date.
The Sorensen site team has developed an excellent relationship with the businesses in the IDA Business Park. All businesses have been very co-operative with our team, which in turn greatly helps the project achieve the required end result. Well done to all involved.
Sorensen Civil Engineering Ltd are delighted to be part of the award winning project delivery team on the Cork Lower Harbour Main Drainage Project, which has been awarded the prestigious title of ‘Engineering Endeavour of 2021’ by Engineers Ireland, having been chosen by their members and the public as the top engineering project of 2021 following an online vote.
We are proud to have collaborated with our Joint Venture Partner Farrans, Irish Water and Nicholas O’Dwyer Ltd in the delivery of this Main Drainage scheme which now prevents the equivalent of 40,000 wheelie bins of raw sewage being discharged untreated each day from Ringaskiddy, Carrigaline, Crosshaven, Passage West, Monkstown and Cobh Town into Cork Harbour.
Following the recent completion of the Cork Lower Harbour Main Drainage project, Farrans Sorensen Joint Venture invited students of St Mary’s National School in Cobh to enter our art competition with the theme ‘A cleaner harbour – What it means to me’.
Congratulations to Honor Cronin, who’s painting was selected as the winning entry. Honor’s drawing will now be displayed on the Old Town Hall control building in Cobh Town Centre.
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