KEITH INCH SEWERAGE IMPROVEMENTS
Gravity sewers, storm water outfalls and pumping main, including underwater crossing of entrance to Peterhead Harbour. Temporary and permanent pumping stations.
Client – Grampian Regional Council
Completion – 1993
Value – £1.0m
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Construction Work – Conceptual design and detailed design – Hydrographic surveying, under-water setting-out and inspection Mechanical and Electrical Installations – Conceptual design, detailed specification – Acceptance procedures General – Project management, supervision
- Pumping Station – 60 l/s
- Gravity Sewers (150 600mm dia.) – 1,300m
- Pumping Main (300mm dia.) – 1,000m
Planning and phasing of works to minimise disruption to congested fishmarket and fish processing areas. Design of 50 metre long steel carrier tube, incorporating twin pumping mains, water main and service duct to allow rapid installation across busy harbour entrance. Design of compact pumphouse to suit limited land available whilst incorporating advanced safety features.
Pumping Main and Temporary Pumping Station – RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd
Sewers, Outfalls and Pumping Station – RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd