CMP-Thames Ltd | DYSART OUTFALL
Trench to house pipeline on landside dug working tidal shifts, requiring cutting of upto 3m depth into sandstone. 120m long 800mm OD HDPE pipeline floated out to sea and sunk to seabed. Divers used to place concrete mattresses over pipe and fit special tide-flex connection under water. Over 1500t of 4t rock armour was placed over the end of the pipeline using a 45t long reach excavator located on CMP’s jack-up barge. All works adhered to strict environmental controls
marine piling, marine construction, diving, cofferdams, jack up, outfall construction
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DYSART OUTFALL

About This Project

Installation of 120m long outfall, with rock armour protection.

Works Description
  • Trench to house pipeline on landside dug working tidal shifts, requiring cutting of upto 3m depth into sandstone
  • 120m long 800mm OD HDPE pipeline floated out to sea and sunk to seabed
  • Divers used to place concrete mattresses over pipe and fit special tide-flex connection under water
  • Over 1500t of 4t rock armour was placed over the end of the pipeline using a 45t long reach excavator located on CMP’s jack-up barge
  • All works adhered to strict environmental controls
  • Works completed in a 3 month programme.
Project

Dysart Outfall

Location

Dysart, East Scotland

Client

Barhale for Scottish Water

Value

£ 750,000

Date
Category
Coastal, Marine, Outfalls