Canal de Isabel ll (Firm : Madrid, Spain) (client)
Estación depuradora de aguas residuales "El Chaparral", Guadarrama, Madrid, Spain (1986)
Dates of creation
Level of archival description
Extent and Medium
237 photographic materials
12 reprographic copies
Scope and Content
The subseries documents the design to the construction of a residual water treatment plant, “El Chaparral”, which is a key element in the passage between the sewage and the river. The plant is located in Guadarrama, Spain. It was executed for the water management company Canal de Isabel II, responsible for the water cycle for the region of Madrid. The firm identified this project as number 40.
The Majadahonda and Guadarrama plants were built at the same time.
Documenting the design development and working drawings, and photographic materials.
Note that there are additional photographic and graphic materials, design development and presentation drawings related to this project arranged in series AP164.S2 and AP164.S3. See files ARCH268334, ARCH268525, ARCH268719, ARCH268725, ARCH268879, ARCH270966, ARCH270975, ARCH270976, ARCH271036, ARCH271459, ARCH271461, and ARCH271624.
Title: A site plan, and elevations, plans, sections and details of the pumping, reactive and dehydration facilities
Dates of creation: March and October 1987
Catalogued items within this file 0
Abalos & Herreros (archive creator)
Quantity / Object type:
8 reprographic copy(ies)
Stage and Purpose:
Technique and media:
3 black ink on translucent paper, 2 black ink and adhesive tape on translucent paper, 2 black ink and trace of graphite on translucent paper, 1 black ink, correction fluid, trace of graphite and adhesive tape on translucent paper
sheets (smallest): 60,8 × 104,9 cm
sheets (largest): 60,5 × 127,2 cm
Abalos & Herreros fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal;
Don de Iñaki Ábalos et Juan Herreros/
Gift of Iñaki Ábalos and Juan Herreros