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New Storm Sewer Progressing Well - Sloan Street, Dungannon

06 February 2017 16:51

NI Water is progressing well with work on the new storm sewer to serve the new Development in Sloan Street, Dungannon and all pipelaying is now complete on Barrack Street. Work commenced on Sloan Street on Monday 30th of January, where a road closure is currently in place for 2 weeks. Subsequent to this, pipelaying will commence on George Street on 13th February where a road closure will be in place for approximately two weeks.

Detailed traffic management arrangements have been discussed with TransportNI. In order to carry out the work safely it will be necessary to have temporary road closures in place during the works and diversion routes will be clearly signposted. There will be some parking restrictions in the vicinity of the works. Vehicular access will be maintained for residents where possible and pedestrian access will be maintained at all times.
Grahame Millar Project Sponsor commented:

“NI Water is pleased to install this new storm sewer to facilitate the construction of 26 new property units and the increased number of local residents is expected to improve shopper footfall to local businesses in the area.

“The removal of storm water from the existing combined sewer will also increase the capacity of the existing sewers as well as reducing the likelihood for out-of-sewer flooding and environmental pollution”.

NI Water and our contractor Quinn Automatic Ltd would like thank the public for their ongoing patience and co-operation while this essential work is completed. We will do everything we can to keep disruption to a minimum and ensure the work is completed as soon as practicably possible.

Customer queries regarding this project should be directed to Waterline on 03457 440088, quoting “KF392 Sloan Street, Dungannon – Storm Sewer”


All media enquiries to NI Water Press Office on 028 9035 4710 or email

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