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CLIENT: ATLL (Aguas Ter Llobregat)

LOCATION: Barcelona (Spain)

KEY ELEMENTS: Detailed design project and in site supervision during the construction stage of all the structures and elements in the 4.6 billion gallon reinforced concrete water tank. The project involved two separate water tanks, pipes, valves and the state-of-the-art valves and flow measurement devices.

SERVICES: Feasiblity Studies/Conceptual Design, Detailed Design, Assistance During Construction

BUDGET: US$ 2.5 million

PROJECT DURATION: Design 1998 - Site supervision 2000-2001

PEDELTA’S KEY PERSONNEL: Juan Sobrino, PhD, PEng, PE; Javier Jordán, MSc; Jordi Pons Gabarrón, MSc

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Structural design for construction of the third drinkable water deposit on the Torre Pinos hill, in the Municipality of Granollers. The tank serves as a regulation tool for the network of dam B of the Ter river system. The volume of the tank is 4.6 billion gallons. The structure was designed with a continuous concrete slab and a pre-casted roof consisting of pre-stressed panels and pre-stressed pre-casted beams.

The project also includes the substitution of a pumping pipe of 650 ft long, with a diameter of 700 mm.

 

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CLIENT: ATLL (Aguas Ter Llobregat)

LOCATION: Barcelona (Spain)

KEY ELEMENTS: Detailed design project and in site supervision during the construction stage of all the structures and elements in the 4.6 billion gallon reinforced concrete water tank. The project involved two separate water tanks, pipes, valves and the state-of-the-art valves and flow measurement devices.

SERVICES: Feasiblity Studies/Conceptual Design, Detailed Design, Assistance During Construction

BUDGET: US$ 2.5 million

PROJECT DURATION: Design 1998 - Site supervision 2000-2001

PEDELTA’S KEY PERSONNEL: Juan Sobrino, PhD, PEng, PE; Javier Jordán, MSc; Jordi Pons Gabarrón, MSc

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Structural design for construction of the third drinkable water deposit on the Torre Pinos hill, in the Municipality of Granollers. The tank serves as a regulation tool for the network of dam B of the Ter river system. The volume of the tank is 4.6 billion gallons. The structure was designed with a continuous concrete slab and a pre-casted roof consisting of pre-stressed panels and pre-stressed pre-casted beams.

The project also includes the substitution of a pumping pipe of 650 ft long, with a diameter of 700 mm.