North Drogheda Port Access Relief Route

The North Drogheda route comprises 5km of single (expandable) carriageway, 4 at-grade roundabouts, new trunk watermains, new trunk foul sewer, new underpass beneath the Dublin-Belfast mainline railway, and associated earthworks.

Project Details
  • Client

    North Drogheda Environs Group / Louth County Council

The project was developed jointly by public/ private partnership with Louth County Council. Our team’s good relationship with all parties and stakeholders ensured practical solutions consistent with the requisite public procurement procedures.

We were appointed as Lead Consultant to provide Rail Bridge Design, Traffic Analysis, Road Alignment (DMRB), Drainage and outfalls EIA services and Compulsory Land Aquisition documentation.

The project has obtained development approval and the route has been acquired.

Construction has not yet commenced.

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