Processplus Project Team Success

The Processplus project team were delighted to have been involved in the Scottish Water Shieldhall Tunnel project.

The biggest upgrade of Glasgow's waste water network, the tunnel runs from Craigton to Queen's Park, via Bellahouston and Pollok parks, and marks one of the most significant infrastructure projects in the city of Glasgow since Victorian times.

At 3.1 mile-long and costing £100m the Shieldhall Tunnel project took two years to complete and involved over 100 workers from around the world.

Hew Bishop of Processplus and his project team were involved in the installation of the penstock which assists to control the water flow as well as installing the CSO screens which provide a physical barrier to prevent rubbish, litter and other large pollutants from passing through the sewer network.

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Shieldhall Tunnel (images credit HB & STV)