PAYMACOTAS - Project management for the water supply to Lérida and urban areas of the irrigable land of Piñana Canal. Phase II

The works included the construction of the main drinking water pipeline, formed by several branch pipelines: 1.4 km of GRP pipes (Ø: 1,200 mm) in the riverbed; 5.8 km of jacketed pipes of reinforced concrete (Ø: 1,000 mm); 1 km of ductile cast iron connections (Ø: 800 mm); 15.8 km of ductile cast iron pipeline (Ø: 450-300 mm); 14 km of ductile cast iron branch pipeline (Ø: 250-150 mm) and 63 km of ductile cast iron branch pipeline (Ø: 200-80 mm). The project also involved the construction of 3 pumping stations and 13 underground tanks, including: 1 tank with a capacity of 75,000 m³, 1 tank with a capacity of 10,000 m³, 1 tank with a capacity of 5,200 m³ and 1 tank with a capacity of 2,400 m³. The capacity of the rest of the tanks ranges from 2 x 1,600 m³ to 85 m³. Control and operation devices; water purification system; remote control equipment via radio, wifi and wimax for 50 remote control stations; relocation of affected utilities including several junctions under Piñana canal (surface and jacketed piping, as well as road and railway junctions).

Client

Aguas Cuenca del Ebro, S.A. (ACUAEBRO)

Project Dates

2006 – 2011

Partners

Contract Value:
1,485,721.00 €