The project is being undertaken in collaboration with Kildare County Council.
Irish Water begins more essential maintenance works in Kildare today
The project, it says, is being undertaken in collaboration with Kildare County Council.
The firm says the "final phase of works are scheduled to continue until Friday 12 November. "
They may impact supply to parts of Ballymore Eustnce, particularly, Liffey Heights
Intermittent low water pressure and some discoloration may arise.
John O Donoghue, Regional Operations Manager, Irish Water said, “Irish Water would like to thank the local community, businesses, homeowners and commuters for their patience and cooperation while we carry out these essential works to safeguard the water supply for Kildare and the wider Greater Dublin Area. Irish Water understands this type of work can be inconvenient and we will ensure our work crews make every effort to minimise any disruption these essential works may cause."
These works form part of the Barrow Extension project which will provide up to an additional 18 million litres of drinking water per day for communities across the region.