With the improved weather in July, the Sorensen site team has made significant progress in Glanmire Village over the past number of weeks. We are making excellent headway on the new retaining walls, road surfacing works, shared footpaths, installation of services, new storm sewer, road gullies, kerbing, and footpath construction. Traffic management controls will remain in place in Glanmire Village until the reopening of the schools later this month. Sorensen wish to sincerely thank the residents & businesses of Glanmire for their patience during these vital works.
Sorensen is delighted to have been awarded the N73 Clogher to Waterdyke Road Realignment Scheme, which we will deliver on behalf of our client, Cork County Council in conjunction with Transport Infrastructure Ireland. The scheme consists of both online carriageway widening and offline carriageway construction, as well as new cycle track construction. This project is a Transport Infrastructure Ireland and Cork County Council safety initiative which will be broadly welcomed by all of the Stakeholders. The Sorensen site team has commenced the earthworks and is currently making the best of the good weather conditions.
Sorensen has recently successfully completed emergency scour protection works to the linkspans at Warrenpoint Harbour. These works were carried out between the ferry sailings to allow the Harbour to continue operating as normal. Good collaboration between the divers, the site team and the concrete batching plant ensured the works were completed safely, on time and with no impact on the Harbour activities. Well done to our Warren Point project team.