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Civil Engineering

Our civil engineering teams have extensive experience in excavation and reinstatement works on a range of Irish carriageways including, national, primary, secondary and local roads. We ensure job specific traffic management compliance by utilising our traffic management cone 9 software to develop plans to suit the job specification.

Our civil engineering capabilities range from:

  • Full depth reconstruction of carriageways
  • Road strengthening and patching of carriageways
  • Installation of drainage
  • Manhole chambers
  • Gullies
  • Asphalt and Bitmac overlays for both local authorities and private sector clients
  • Full range of line marking and specialist surfacing including cycle pathways
  • Traffic calming schemes
  • Full footpath construction new build and renew
  • Install slip form kerbing and precast concrete kerbing various sizes

IUS has developed a broad understanding and knowledge of the utilities sector through our client base. Since 1999, IUS has been working in partnership with utility providers, local authorities and private enterprise to deliver projects and schemes across Ireland. These works have seen the business directly involved in regeneration programmes and greenfield site developments. We can offer significant experience in delivering network schemes, such as:

  • Excavation both on and off site for water mains, telecoms and electrical ducting ranging from single to multi-way ducting
  • In house cable installation for electricity cables from a single service to high voltage 38kV/110kV cables
  • Installation of single or multi sub-duct into existing or new ducting network
  • Installation of fibre networks cables
  • Construct and install ducting chambers from standard 'JB1' size through to the larger constructed joint bays
  • Substation plinth and minipillar installation
  • Trenchless technology with directional drilling for single or multi way ducting
  • Installation of street lighting retention sockets
  • Construction and Installation of 'E-Cars Charging Bays