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National Broadband Ireland (NBI) surveying in Roscommon

Surveying and design works for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) rollout continues in Roscommon on WB 15th of March 2021. National Broadband Ireland (NBI) are the company undertaking the fibre network roll-out to enable high speed internet connectivity for 544,000 premises across the country.

NBI would like the public to know that contractors will be on the ground in these counties, both inspecting and recording pictures of infrastructure such as poles, cables and underground ducts. The teams have been fully trained in physical distancing practices, hygiene, appropriate use of personal protective equipment and how to engage with the public in a safe manner if and when required.

In Roscommon, the surveys will commence in the following areas:

  • Castlerea, Frenchpark, Lissalway, Castleplunket, Ballintober, Ballinlough, Carrowbehy, Loughglinn, Moyne, Fairymount, Castlecole, Bellanagare, Clegernagh, Tibohine and Carrowcrin

You can view the map at the following link: Castlerea DA Map.pdf (size 1.7 MB)  

Actavo are the contracting company commencing this work and they will have vehicles and signage with both their own, and NBI logos. Employees will also wear hard hats and high visibility vests featuring the NBI logo. All contractors will also carry official ID cards & essential worker letters.

The NBI customer call centre number is 0818 624 624 (local call rate) or email contactus@nbi.ie for any queries. For further information on the NBP see www.nbi.ie


National Broadband Ireland (NBI) start of surveying works in Roscommon

 

Surveying and design works for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) rollout gets underway in Roscommon on Monday 31st August. National Broadband Ireland (NBI) are the company undertaking the fibre network roll-out to enable high speed internet connectivity for 537,000 premises across the country.

NBI would like the public to know that contractors will be on the ground in these counties, both inspecting and recording pictures of infrastructure such as poles, cables and underground ducts. The teams have been fully trained in physical distancing practices, hygiene, appropriate use of personal protective equipment and how to engage with the public in a safe manner if and when required.

In Roscommon, the initial surveys will commence in the following areas:

  • Cornaveigh and Termonbarry

The following link provides a map of planned works in the area: NBI Roscommon Area.pdf (size 1.5 MB) 

Entegro are the contracting company commencing this work and they will have vehicles and signage with both their own, and NBI logos. Employees will also wear hard hats and high visibility vests featuring the NBI logo. All contractors will also carry official ID cards & essential worker letters.

The NBI customer call centre number is 0818 624 624 (local call rate) or email contactus@nbi.ie for any queries. For further information on the NBP see www.nbi.ie


National Broadband Ireland (NBI) start surveying works in Roscommon

 

Surveying and design works for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) rollout gets underway in Roscommon on Monday, April 27th. National Broadband Ireland (NBI) are the company undertaking the fibre network roll-out to enable high speed internet connectivity for 537,000 premises across the country.

NBI would like the public to know that contractors will be on the ground in these counties, both inspecting and recording pictures of infrastructure such as poles, cables and underground ducts. The teams have been fully trained in physical distancing practices, hygiene, appropriate use of personal protective equipment and how to engage with the public in a safe manner if and when required.

In Roscommon, the initial surveys will commence in the following areas: Ballymurray, Athleague, Castlecoote, Dunamon, Ballymcurly, Lackan, Kilroosky and Four Mile House

4Site are the contracting company commencing this work and they will have vehicles and signage with both their own, and NBI logos. Employees will also wear hard hats and high visibility vests featuring the NBI logo. All contractors will also carry official ID cards & essential worker letters.

The NBI customer call centre number is 0818 624 624 (local call rate) or email contactus@nbi.ie for any queries. For further information on the NBP see www.nbi.ie

The following links provide maps of planned works in the area:

National Broadband Ireland - Roscommon Area Surveys

NBI Roscommon Area Map


National Broadband Ireland (NBI) start surveying works in Ballinasloe

Surveying and design works for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) rollout gets underway in Ballinasloe on Tuesday, April 14th. National Broadband Ireland (NBI) are the company undertaking the fibre network roll-out to enable high speed internet connectivity for 537,000 premises across the country.

 

NBI would like the public to know that contractors will be on the ground in these counties, both inspecting and recording pictures of infrastructure such as poles, cables and underground ducts. The teams have been fully trained in physical distancing practices, hygiene, appropriate use of personal protective equipment and how to engage with the public in a safe manner if and when required.

 

In Ballinasloe, the initial surveys will commence in the following areas: Ballinasloe, Taughmaconnell, Cornafulla, and towards Shannonbridge

4Site are the contracting company commencing this work and they will have vehicles and signage with both their own, and NBI logos. Employees will also wear hard hats and high visibility vests featuring the NBI logo. All contractors will also carry official ID cards & essential worker letters.

 

The NBI customer call centre number is 0818 624 624 (local call rate) or email contactus@nbi.ie for any queries. For further information on the NBP see www.nbi.ie

National Broadband Ireland - Ballinasloe Area Surverys.pdf

NBI Ballinasloe Area Map.pdf (size 306.2 KB)



 

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LATEST NATIONAL BROADBAND PLAN NEWS

Progress to date

Today, over 1.78m or 75% of all premises can access high speed broadband services.

Procurement progress

The ongoing procurement process reached a key milestone in May 2019 with the appointment of a "Preferred Bidder".

The aim of the process is to appoint a company to build, maintain and operate a new high speed broadband network in the NBP State intervention area over a 25 year contract.

This is the final step in the NBP procurement process before a contract is awarded and deployment begins in the State intervention area.

Q1 2019 Map Update

The High Speed Broadband Map  has been updated by the Department.

This latest update shows progress in the deployment of high speed broadband in the BLUE areas on the Map up until the end of March 2019, including those premises passed under the eir Commitment Agreement.

eir Commitment Agreement – Progress Update Q1 2019

Progress in this rollout for Quarter 1 2019 has been verified by the Department. 

  • In the period from 1 January 2019 to end of March 2019, 25,789 premises were passed by eir and are now marked with a Blue dot in the Light Blue area of the Map.
  • A total of 250,965 premises have been passed since eir commenced work in late 2016.
  • Follow the progress of the rural deployment covered by the Commitment Agreement.
  • Information on eir's planned rural deployment is available at www.fibrerollout.ie
  • This is a wholesale network only.  eir sells access to the network to retail service providers on an open access basis who in turn re-sell to the general public.

If your premises has been passed by eir, and you want to connect to a high speed broadband service, you will need to contact a Retail Service Provider. Details of who you can contact can be found on the eir website www.fibrerollout.ie/rollout-map/where-to-buy