Lowry Building & Civil Engineering are proud to have been involved in the installation of 134 lifesaving defibrillators across 80 locations in Northern Ireland, throughout the Public Transport Network.
Infrastructure Minister, Nichola Mallon, recently unveiled the 1st of the 134 at Lanyon Place Train Station.
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering are pleased to announce that construction work is well underway and progressing well on a major £12 million upgrade at Derg Water Treatment Works (WTW).
This essential investment will not only improve the water quality within the Derg network but will also provide additional security of the water supply to customers in the Castlederg and Strabane supply area and further afield.
The existing Derg Water Treatment Works was built in 2002, and replaced the old works a few hundred meters from the current site. The upgrade will see the construction of a new clarification process and activated carbon addition, which will enhance water treatment at the Derg WTW site.
Once complete, the project will also improve herbicide and organics removal at the plant, improving the efficiency of the existing works and will increase the throughput of Derg WTW to over 26 million litres of water per day from the River Derg and more recently, Strule. The works serves the Strabane and Omagh areas, as well as supplying water into the Fermanagh area.
Pictured is the new clarification process building under construction, which will also provide activated carbon addition at the Derg WTW site.
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering will be accepting CVs for placement opportunities across the 2022-2023 academic year for a number of roles within the company closing on Friday 22nd April 2022.
If you are interested in a placement opportunity in the construction industry including engineering & surveying please forward your CV to email@example.com
by Friday 22nd April 2022.
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering have recently been awarded Glenbrook River Flood Alleviation Scheme involving the construction of approximately 750 metres of flood alleviation works.
Once completed this £2.8M investment should reduce the risk of flooding to approximately 285 residential properties in the vicinity.
Lowry Building & Civil Engineering are delighted to have been appointed on the Translink Framework for Major Building Works!
This Framework will deliver maintenance & capital schemes up to £15M across railway stations, bus stations, yards, warehouses, car parks and much more across the Translink suite of assets.
Another World-Class environmental award for Lowry Building & Civil Engineering from the Green Apple Environmental Awards 2020!!
Davagh Forest Observatory was recently awarded an international Green Apple Environment Award for environmental best practice.
The remarkable build is situated in protected blanket bog in a remote forested area of outstanding natural beauty and great environmental sensitivity.
The project was delivered with the utmost environmental protection measures both prior to and during construction with major input from the Client Mid Ulster District Council and Architect ARCEN.