Our projects includes:

  • Project management
  • Feasibility studies
  • Constraints studies
  • Route selection
  • Conceptual design
  • Preliminary design
  • Detailed design
  • Design optimisation
  • Value engineering
  • Ground investigations
  • Geotechnical investigations
  • Environmental Impact Statements
  • Traffic studies
  • Health & safety
  • Junction design and assessment
  • Public & private consultations
  • Statutory procedures (Compulsory Purchase Orders & Motorway Orders)
  • Expert witness at oral hearings
  • Contract documentation
  • Tender assessment & administration
  • Construction supervision
  • Quality assurance
  • Value engineering
  • Design optimisation

 

Our Projects

KnocktopherN9/N10 Phase 4: Knocktopher to Powerstown

Client: Roadbridge Sisk

Location: Ireland

Capital Value: c. €215 m

Key Facts: Flood Risk Assessment for 23km of  motorway, the Kilkenny Link Road, and design of structures including the viaduct crossings of the Kings River and the River Nore.

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This project highlights FT’s experience in providing:

  • Hydraulic design of culverts and bridges on the scheme
  • Procurement and interpretation of river survey
  • Modelling of the River Nore and King’s River
  • Hydraulic assessment and analysis
  • Design of flood relief culverts on the floodplain at the River Nore structure
  • Validation of the model using gauged data and historic records
  • Hydraulic modelling of existing weirs and bridges upstream and downstream of the proposed new bridges
  • Liaison with Utility Companies and Statutory bodies
  • Application for consent under Section 50 (watercourse crossing) of the Irish Arterial Drainage Act, 1945
  • Accommodation Works Design.

MooretownStrategic Environmental Assessment of Oldtown Mooretown Local Area Plan 2010-2016 – Strategic Flood Risk Assessment

Client: Fingal County Council

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Capital Value: N/A

Key Facts: A Strategic Flood Risk Assessment of lands as part of the Strategic Environmental Assessment for Oldtown Mooretown Local Area Plan.

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The Oldtown Mooretown lands comprise approximately 111.5ha of greenfield, agricultural land outside Dublin City.  These lands were zoned for residential use by the Fingal County Development Plan 2005-2011 and subsequent variations.  It is estimated that the lands can facilitate 3,600 residential units together with a range of community services, a western distributor road, and new national and secondary schools.

FT’s responsibilities on this project included:

  • A strategic review of the potential significant impacts of the Local Area Plan on humans, water quality, air quality, noise, geology/hydrogeology, land use, ecology, cultural heritage and landscape
  • An SFRA on the proposed Local Area Plan strategy considering the flooding potential of the Broadmeadow River at the southern edge of the lands; and the Fingal East Meath Flood Risk Assessment and Management (FEMFRAM) study
  • Presentation of mitigation measures to reduce/remedy the significant impacts of the Local Area Plan and a monitoring programme to measure and assess the impacts of the LAP on the environment.

The draft Plan was adopted in September 2010.

National-Technology-Park-LimerickDevelopment Strategy Study, National Technology Park, Limerick

Client: PM Group/Shannon Development

Location: Limerick, Ireland

Capital Value: N/A

Key Facts: A hydrological, geotechnical and Traffic assessment of the Development Strategy Study for the development of the 50 acre National Technology Park (NTP), Limerick.

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The National Technology Park (NTP), Limerick, is developed and managed by Shannon Development.  A 50 acre site at the NTP is designated as a Strategic Site under Industrial Development Authority’s (IRE) National Strategic Site Initiative.

FT’s responsibilities on this project included:

  • Hydrological flood study of the Shannon and Mulkear rivers to confirm the 1 in 500 year flood level at the site
  • Review of drainage options for the site and possible attenuation solutions.

FT modelled a 1.5 km reach of the River Shannon using HEC-RAS software and a survey provided by the OPW for an earlier ISIS model of the same reach.  The purpose of the flood study was to establish the 1 in 500 year flood level (0.2% AEP) at the study area, to inform the design of a flood defence berm for the site.  The earlier ISIS model had predicted the flood level for the 1 in 100 year flood event (1% AEP).

Europe

 Eamon TimoneyEamon Timoney – Managing Director

Telephone: +353 21 4969553

Email: eamon.timoney@nullftco.ie

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