The project involved a major upgrading of the wastewater treatment facilities at Bonnybridge in central Scotland to improve the discharge into the River Carron and was delivered by the Purac Leslie Consortium, who undertook the project development, detailed design, construction and commissioning of the new works.
Main elements of the new works included:
The new construction was undertaken “off-line” on a greenfield site thus enabling the continuing operation of the existing, adjacent works throughout the period of construction. The design incorporated many of the features of the existing works – the inlet chamber, buildings and access routes – which were modified and incorporated within the new scheme yielding project cost savings.
A comprehensive upgrading of the infrastructure was also undertaken, covering the power, telephone, and fresh water supplies. Surfaced access ways, lighting, security fencing, steel access walkways and final landscaping completed the overall picture. The new facility which was commissioned on programme and to budget, was officially opened by local Member of Parliament Dennis Canavan, accompanied by the chairman of Scottish Water, on 7th April 2004.
GL making a return visit to the Sound of Kerrera off Oban, to undertake substantial repairs to the breakwater which suffered collision damage following an altercation with a workboat earlier this year.
14th December 2018
Michael Matheson MSP and Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity covered all his portfolios at the official opening of the new Polmadie Footbridge giving pedestrian and cycle transport access,
18th September 2018
GL are ahead of the curve in their support for Scottish Water’s recently launched campaign to encourage people to use a refillable bottle to ‘top up from the tap’ with over 250 GL-branded reusable water bottles distributed across the sites over the past three weeks.
27th June 2018