Tres depuradoras de aguas residuales, Madrid, Spain (1986-1988)
This project series documents the design and construction of three residual water treatment plants in Madrid, Spain from 1986 to 1988. Each plant was built in a different municipality of the city: the first plant, referred to as El Endrinal, was built in Collado-Villalba; the second plant in Majadahonda; and the third, referred to as El Chaparral, in Guadarrama. These plants are key elements in the passage between sewage and the river. They were executed for the water management company Canal de Isabel II Gestión, responsible for the water cycle for the Community of Madrid. The firm identified this project as number 40.
Documenting the project are design development and working drawings, textual records, and photographic materials.
The Majadahonda and Guadarrama plants were built at the same time.
This project series was originally arranged into three sub-series that grouped records according to each water treatment plant. It was re-processed by Alexandra Jokinen in 2020 to compile the records for all three plants. This decision was made to reflect the idea that the creators considered all plants to be one project.
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