Lagan Construction Group’s Watermain Rehabilitation Team has helped NI Water realise their goal by successfully reaching the 1000km landmark on its ongoing Water Mains Improvement Programme, exceeding the target set by over 100km. This project has involved replacing watermains across Northern Ireland with more modern, durable pipes, and in just under three years it has put in place pipes which would stretch from Belfast to Luxembourg!
“The 1000 kilometres mark is an important landmark, and proves that great progress has been made in improving the watermain infrastructure throughout Northern Ireland. I look forward to seeing continued progress on this scheme for the next three year period.”Danny Kennedy MLA, Regional Development Minister
“I am delighted with the progress the team has made on our watermains framework, exceeding our target in replacing new watermains across the province. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the teams involved in getting us to this stage of the project. We are looking forward to continuing to work with our two teams of specialist local contractors: Farrans Construction and Lagan Construction Group.”Trevor Haslett, NI Water Chief Executive
Pictured, L-R, John Murphy Farrans Construction, Bill Gowdy Director of Engineerinf Procurement NI Water, Regional Development Minister Danny Kennedy, Trevor Haslett Chief Executive NI Water and Sean McGlinchey of Lagan Construction Group.