ETA Asseiceira - PMA
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ETA Asseiceira

The country’s largest water treatment station, accountable for about half the water flow supplying greater Lisbon, with its source in Castelo de Bode’s barrier dam.

It incorporates many buildings, amongst them the Exploration, the Garner, Chlorine, Carbonic Anhydride and Supporting Workshops, correctly connected with extensive treatment process equipment, in which large filters appear.

The creation of the building’s project was done in close collaboration with HIDROPROJECTO, the accountable entity for the overall project.

– Exploration Building: 1.700 m²

– Chlorine Building: 750 m²

– Reagents Building: 1.350 m²

– Supporting Centre: 1.350 m²

– Garner Volume: 1.250 m²

 

Client:

HIDROPROJECTO – Consultores de Hidráulica e Salubridade, SA.

Owner:

EPAL

Location:

Asseiceira

Tomar

Construction Area:

6.400m²

Project:

1977/80

Conclusion:

1992

Program:

Project of the buildings incorporated in the Water Treatment Station, covering the Exploration Building, the Chlorine Building, the Reagents Building, the Supporting Centre Building, Garners, Lobby Building, etc.

Team:

Architecture

– António Pedro Batista Pardal Monteiro – Architect

– Manuel Cottinelli Telmo Pardal Monteiro – Architect

– João Cottinelli Telmo Pardal Monteiro – Architect

– Pinto Pereira – Architect

– Santos Machado – Architect

– Amadeu Lourenço

– Rodrigo Moutinho

Specialties

– Hidroprojecto

Category

WATER INDUSTRY BUILDINGS