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Installation of first pipes in phase two of Amlaird-Bradan project

The first stretches of water main have been installed in phase two of the £120m Scottish Water investment in the drinking water network which will benefit more than 200,000 people in much of Ayrshire and parts of East Renfrewshire.

The stretches of pipe were lifted and lowered into excavated trenches at Crookedholm near Kilmarnock and will form the first part of the 13-mile-long strategic water main from the Amlaird Water Treatment Works in the Fenwick/Waterside area to Highlees Pumping Station near Dundonald in South Ayrshire.

 
This main will, in turn, form part of a 30-mile-long main which will connect the system in Ayrshire with the Greater Glasgow area’s network and improve our service to customers. 

For more information on the project click here.

The first stretches of water main have been installed in phase two of the £120m Scottish Water investment in the drinking water network which will benefit more than 200,000 people in much of Ayrshire and parts of East Renfrewshire.