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Campbell Utilities is a growing Civils and groundswork  contractor delivering projects across the North of Ireland. At Campbell Utilities our operatives have the knowledge, skills and experience to undertake a range of projects efficiently, safely and to the highest standard. Our fully trained team have access to a wide range of plant and machinery to provide a range of Civils and Groundswork services.


Portadown Riverside Pumphouse Environmental Scheme

Client: Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon Council

Work has recently started on a first phase of major riversides regeneration scheme in Portadown. Campbell Utilities have been awarded the project and will deliver a range of environmental improvements on behalf of clients Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council working alongside Managing Consultants RPS Group.

As part of the Riversides project, exciting new design plans have been drawn up for the first phase of work between Old Town Quay and the Pump House and will include resurfacing, lighting, together with the installation of street furniture an enhanced fencing around the boundary of Haldane Fisher. Works also includes paving and surfacing around the busy Pump House coffee shop. Council representatives have indicated that further works are proposed as part of wider future for the area.


Kinawley Village Improvement Project, Fermanagh

Client:  Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

Commissioned by Fermanagh & Omagh District Council works have recently started on the construction of a designated 2m footway, associated amenity lighting, safety fencing and associated works at Kinawley Village GAA facility, Kinawley. Works are expected to be completed by the end of March and will provide a much-needed safe walkway for local users of the site.


Antrim Loughshore Caravan Park Upgrade Works

Client: Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council

Appointed by Antrim & Newtownabbey Borough Council, Campbell Utilities have been appointed the Contract to carry out upgrade works at Antrim Loughshore Caravan Park. Contract works include the excavation for new grey water drainage pipework from existing caravan ritches, supply and laying of new grey water drainage pipework and construction of new manholes, connection of new grey water drainage pipework to existing pumping station and manholes, disconnection and removal of existing utility bollards, supply and installation of new utility bollards including connection of new water and electrical supplies and testing and reinstatement of all disturbed surfaces including grass, existing roadways and existing caravan pitches. The project is due for completion in March 2019.


Townland Signs Phase 1 & 2, County Fermanagh

Client: Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

This project was commissioned by clients Fermanagh & Omagh District Council and included the erection of townland signs across the east and west erne regions of County Fermanagh. Main works involved, traffic management, excavation works, installation of signage on various surfaces and all reinstatement works.


Lough Muckno Angling Amenity Site, Castleblaney

Client: Monaghan County Council

Commissioned by Monaghan County Council the project involved the construction of a new access laneway to provide an angling amenity at South Lodge, Lough Muckno, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan

Works included site development such as; vegetation clearance, tree felling, creation of new entrance and layby construction, fencing including kissing gate and vehicular barrier, building natural stone wall over an existing culvert, landscaping and erection of fishing pegs.


Multi-Use Games Area, Tamlaght Road, Omagh

Client: Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

The construction of a new Multi-Use Games Area in Omagh, County Tyrone was one of many projects delivered by Campbell Utilities for clients Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.

The project involved the construction of a fully certified Sport England Polymeric Synthetic Outdoor Sports Surface. Works included site clearance, base preparation, drainage, fencing and Polymeric surfacing. The Multi-Use Games Area was constructed in close proximity to an existing Play Area, Outdoor Gym, green area and footpath onsite which were kept full operational and open to the public throughout the works. The Multi Use Games Area was completed in October 2018 and will be used primarily for Soccer, Basketball and other ball sports.


Topped Mountain Path Repair, Tempo

Client: Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

The aim of this project was to improve the existing path up to the viewpoint at Topped Mountain. The project included the replacement of existing sections of the path, improvement of other sections, removal of scrub encroaching the path and improved drainage along the path. The project delivered vast improvements to a well used trail by the local community and visitors to the area. Works on this project were made more difficult given the fact that the pathway had steep inclines reaching up to 277 metres in height.


Victoria Road Cemetery Extension, Carrickfergus

Client: Mid & East Antrim Borough Council

Mid & East Antrim Borough Council commissioned Campbell Utilities to extend the existing Council owned cemetery on Victoria Road, Carrickfergus. Works included the provision of eleven new headstone plinths, the creation of twelve pathways to provide access to the cemetery plots and drainage below ground. Further works included alteration of kerb lines and site landscaping.

Given the sensitive nature of the site and the fact that the cemetery was kept fully operational, Campbell Utilities as Principal Contractor ensured that ongoing work was carried out in a respectful manner and liaised with Council staff to ensure those visiting the cemetery were accommodated in a quiet and dignified way.


Tully Castle Visitor Site Improvements, Derrygonnelly

Client: Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

Project works were focused on path repair at the site of the beautiful Tully Castle on the shores of Lough Erne, County Fermanagh. Construction works included the repair of a 1500m path along the shoreline. Works also included resurfacing and widening of existing paths and re-routing some sections as well as fencing works and construction of picnic locations at key points close to the jetty.

The project was delivered within the agreed timescale and budget.


University of Ulster Magee Campus & Duncreggan Student Village, Derry

Client: University of Ulster

Commissioned by the University of Ulster and managed by Consultant Engineers White Young Green, the contract comprised of the following works;

The construction of a Green Waste Handling area, including vehicle wash down and refuse bin storage facility at Ulster University, Duncreggan Student Village. The works comprised demolition of existing concrete/brick walls, general site clearance, road surfacing, kerbing hardstanding surface, walls, retaining walls, drainage, silt trap unit, protective fence, gates, water point and external lighting

In addition, further contract works were undertaken to construct a compound skip area and relocation of a compactor facility at Magee Campus. The works included the demolition of existing concrete/brick walls, general site clearance and construction of hard standing surface, kerbing, new concrete walls, with acoustic close boarded fence, two sets of double gates with close boarded finish, drainage, water point and external lighting.

The project works were managed in a sensitive way so as not to adversely impact on the day to day running of the University and the students living in the Student Village and studying at Magee Campus. The project was also delivered with a tight timeframe in line with project funding conditions.


Greenhill Cemetery Extension Phase 1 & 2, Omagh

Client:  Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

Greenhill Cemetery is located in Omagh and is owned and managed by Fermanagh & Omagh District Council. Campbell Utilities were awarded Phase 1 and Phase 2 contracts to carry out extension and enhancement works at the cemetery.

Phase 1 & 2 works consisted of multiple civil engineering elements including; road and lay by construction, site drainage, surfacing, water main installation, street furniture Installation, creation of concrete plinths for existing wooden and steel benches and bins, installation of previously removed benches and seats and erection of signage identifying the different zones within the cemetery. Landscaping works including top soiling and sowing out with general amenity grass seed was carried out in the spring to complete the project.

Given the sensitive nature of this site the team at Campbell Utilities worked closely with staff of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council to ensure that the site remained open for burials and visitors while works took place in a sensitive and respectful manner.

Both phases 1 and 2 were delivered on time and within budget and were completed in February 2018.


Car Park Enhancement Works, Station Road, Kesh

Client:  Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

Commissioned by Fermanagh & Omagh District Council works were undertaken at Station Road, Kesh to enhance the existing car park which was in a poor state of repair. Works included removal of kerbs, installation of new drainage system, grading of sub-base, supply and grading of hardcore and laying of macadam surfacing. All work was completed on time and within budget.


Virginia Lakeshore Amenity Site, Virginia

Client: Virginia Town Team & Cavan County Council

Commissioned by Virginia Town Team and supported by Cavan County Council, the main purpose of this project was to enhance the lakeshore amenity site located on the shores of the scenic Lough Ramor close to Virginia Town County Cavan.

This contract comprised of multiple elements including storm drainage, construction of attenuation and silt trap tank, car park re-surfacing, street lighting, footpath construction, new road entrance, fencing, supply of exercise equipment and landscaping.

The project was delivered on time and within budget and was completed in January 2018 to the delight of the local community, and visitors to the area.


Strule Arts Centre, Omagh

Client:  Fermanagh & Omagh District Council

Commissioned by Fermanagh & Omagh District Council works were undertaken at the Strule Arts Centre, Omagh to enhance the existing access to the busy theatre venue. Works included the removal of paving sets, grading of subbase, supply and grading of hardcore, laying of macadam surfacing and fitting of electric bollards. All work was completed on time and within budget whilst maintain safe access to the centre.


Lurgan & Portadown Car Parking Project

Client: Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Date: Summer 2017

Campbell Utilities were successful in tendering for this contract for the Northern Ireland Housing Executive.  Works included provision of additional car parking spaces at four sites in the Lurgan and Portadown areas.  Works included site clearance, road and footpath construction, fencing, street lighting and landscaping.

The first site completed at Ballygunaghan Place required extending the existing parking facilities, reconstruction and resurfacing of flagged footpaths in hot rolled asphalt, road drainage, junction improvements at the entrance to the estate, provision of pedestrian crossing points and new street lighting.

The second site at Florenceville required excavation of grassed areas and extension of the existing parking arrangements, construction of hot rolled asphalt surfaced footpaths, road drainage and alterations to existing street lighting.

The third site at Ulsterville Grove required excavation of a grassed area and provision of car parking spaces, the construction of hot rolled asphalt surfaced footpaths, road drainage, fencing  and street lighting alterations.

The final site location at Garvaghy Road/ Garvaghy Close involved the excavation of grassed areas and extension of the existing parking arrangements, construction of hot rolled asphalt surfaced footpaths, road drainage and street lighting alterations


Billy Neil Soccer Centre of Excellence, Dundonald

Client: Lisburn & Castlereagh Borough Council, Date: Spring 2017

Located on the Comber Road just outside Dundonald, the Billy Neil Centre of Excellence is managed by Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council who contracted Campbell Utilities to carry out a number of improvements to the site. The contract comprised of multiple elements including general site clearance, drainage, excavation and placement of stone, timber edge board installation and laying of a golden self- binding gravel surface.

Drainage works included an upgrade to upper level pitches including laying of land drains, manhole and headwall outlet construction. A 1000m long x 2.5m path was constructed round the outside of the playing pitches joining up with the Comber Greenway. Excavation of existing material and placement of stone sub base was followed by timber edge board installation.  Wooden pegs were driven in and wooden boards were screwed to them with to form a path edge.  A self-binding golden gravel surface was laid between the boards as a decorative yet functional wearing course.

Landscaping works were also carried out throughout the site as well as the creation of feature planting areas at various locations.


Lost Streets Open Area – Shankill Road, Belfast

Client: Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Date: Spring 2017

Located just off the busy Shankill Road in Belfast on the route of the famous city murals tour, this scheme consisted of environmental improvement works to transform an open area of land. The contract formed part of the larger ‘Building Successful Communities initiative to regenerate local areas and promote a positive image.

The works consisted of site clearance, drainage, footpath and car parking space construction, creation of a central focal point on which community artwork could be displayed, brick paving and landscaping.

A new car parking area and turning area was created where an old concrete lay by had been present.  Breaking out of existing surfacing, excavation to formation level, placement and compaction of stone and installation of road drainage had to take place before bitmac surfacing was laid over the whole area. Connecting asphalt footpaths were constructed to link the car parking area to the feature art work area.

A brick built display plinth with surrounding metal railings set in a newly constructed brick paved area was created to showcase artwork that had been created by artists and local school children. Landscaping works took place to create feature mounds to frame the display plinths and paths.  Grass areas were sown out and areas prepared for planting of trees.


NIW Water and Wastewater Networks Services Contract

Campbell Utilities currently provide a sub-contract service to Meridian Utilities Ltd on NI Waters Water and Wastewater Networks Services contract, providing a range of water and sewerage services, including sewer and watermain repairs and maintenance; clearing of sewer blockages; leakage repairs, street furniture maintenance and minor water and sewerage infrastructure improvements. Further services are also provided on a Water Meter installation, Maintenance and Associated Services Contract.


Would you like us to provide you with a quotation for contract works?

Campbell Utilities are currently delivering a range of projects for public and private sector clients throughout Ireland. If you have a project that you would like a quotation for please get in touch;