TES were nominated MEICA design and build contractors for the third phase of Fingal County Council’s Balbriggan/Skerries Wastewater Treatment Scheme which consists of upgrade of Quay Street Pumping Station and Isaacs Bower Pumping Station Design and build of new pumping station and storm water holding tanks, inclusive of odour control, storm water screening at Dublin Road Pumping Station.
Dublin Rd Pumping Station.
- The pumping station was designed to serve an Interim Population Equivalent (PE) of 51,000 PE with optimum capacity to serve an estimated 80,000. TES designed the pumping station on a modular basis to accommodate the ultimate pumping capacity of 532 l/s without alterations to the main structures.
- Storm Water Handling – stormwater overflows screened to 5 mm
- Storm Water Handling – capacity of 230 l/s.
- Screening Water – stormwater overflows screened to 5 mm
- Storm Return Pumping – automated with actuated valves, PLC / HMI Unit
- Storm Overflow – duty and a standby pump controlled via ultrasonic level meter
- Lifting Gantry & Equipment
- Gas Detection Equipment
- Washing Facilities
- Septicity Control
- Electrical / SCADA / Control – SCADA compatible with Dublin Region Telemetry System
- A Form 4 compartmentalised control panel supplied at the Dublin Road Pumping Station.
- A HMI (Human Machine Interface) provided with menu based access via touch screen to control setpoints and data.
- Instrumentation – Flow Meters , Level Measurement, Pressure Management
- Domestic Electrical Installation
- Intruder and Fire Alarm Service
- Odour Treatment & Control – design ensured that the odour levels as measured at the site boundary and generated by the pumping station facilities do not exceed 3 odour units (OUE) per mL.
- Standby Generator, Safety Equipment, Site Lighting & CCTV
- Pump Upgrade at Quay St and Isaacs Bower PS Pumps with variable speed drives. Motor to range from 30 kW to 50 kW