We offer end-to-end construction and project delivery, utilising proven, LEAN project management systems to deliver turnkey solutions for our customers.
Celtic Anglian Water (CAW) has a proven track record in construction management and the delivery of turnkey projects for a diverse range of customer projects, both existing facility upgrades and new build end-to-end schemes. Since 2003 CAW, in collaboration with its partners, has been involved in the delivery of over €80m of water and wastewater infrastructure capital works projects.
In delivering construction projects CAW provide the full range of professional services required from engineering specialist designers, project managers, procurement managers, on-site construction supervisors and expert mechanical, electrical and process commissioning engineers. All projects are delivered through an integrated management system incorporating a Health & Safety Plan, an Environmental Management Plan and a Quality Management Plan.
The key success in delivering capital projects lies within CAW’s Project Delivery Team made-up of expert process, mechanical, electrical and systems automation engineers who work in collaboration with our customers to deliver the most technologically innovative and cost effective solutions to meet our customer’s needs. In addition, where required, CAW will partner with other construction contractors and technology providers to deliver capital projects that meet the ever increasing standards for water and wastewater treatment.
Irrespective of scale, our project management approach is consistent and characterised by the application of LEAN and flexible process management, the efficient management of partner-contractors and an unwavering commitment to operational safety and sustainability.
Examples of CAW’s construction capability can demonstrated by the delivery of the Phase 1 Upgrade Works at the Foxes Den Water Treatment Plant in Sligo in 2017 and during the same period the delivery of the retrofitting of the Nereda® Activated Granular Sludge (AGS) Technology of into SBR Cell 3B, at the Ringsend WwTW as part of the Process Proving Step Two (PPS2).