Report claims no leak at Aquatic Centre

A state-backed engineering report on the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin has found no evidence of leaking or dropping in water levels at the €62 million complex.

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Ian Kehoe

9th July, 2005

A state-backed engineering report on the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin has found no evidence of leaking or dropping in water levels at the €62 million complex.

A new report by engineering firm Kavanagh, Mansfield & Partners - seen by The Sunday Business Post - concluded that there were “some cracks'‘ in the premises, but that this was a normal occurrence in any such building and was not causing any problems.

The report,...

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