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Enisca secure long-term Framework with Irish Water

1 Jul 2019

Enisca have signed a new long-term Framework with Irish Water for the provision of Minor Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation, Control and Automation (MEICA) works.

This three-year Framework has optional extensions to five years and will support Irish Water’s capital investment programme for water and wastewater assets countrywide serving 3.3 million people producing over 1.6 billion litres of drinking water every day and taking wastewater away for treatment before it is returned to our rivers and seas.

Thousands of assets are operated and maintained to provide these services including around 900 water treatment plants which deliver water through an estimated 60,000 kilometres of pipelines. Irish Water treat wastewater in more than 1000 wastewater treatment plants and it is collected through an estimated 25,000 kilometres of pipelines plus numerous pumping stations and sludge treatment centres.

Enisca welcome this chance to work with Irish Water and support their Water Services Strategic Plan vision that “Through responsible stewardship, efficient management and strong partnerships, Ireland has a world class water infrastructure that ensures secure and sustainable water services, essential for our health, our communities, the economy and the environment”.

Operations Director Rory Hampsey commented “Enisca are delighted to have secured this framework with Irish Water and to have this opportunity to design and construct innovative integrated solutions safely and efficiently for Irish Water and its customers.”