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Wastewater pumping station / MooMAA

01:00 - 13 August, 2013
Wastewater pumping station / MooMAA, © André Cavalheiro
© André Cavalheiro

© André Cavalheiro © André Cavalheiro © André Cavalheiro © André Cavalheiro + 25

  • Arquitetos

  • Localização

    Avenida Diário de Notícias, 760
  • Project Architects

    Moacyr Moojen Marques e Sergio Moacir Marques
  • Project Team

    Arq. Bárbara Mello, Arq. Betina Cornetet e Arq. Valentina M. Marques
  • Engineering

    Magna Engenharia
  • Structures

    Teísa Estruturas, Simon Engenharia, Módulo Engenharia
  • Electrical

    Eng. Luiz Piazza
  • Sanitary System

    Arq. Léo Cargnin
  • Project Area

    1150.0 m2
  • Ano do projeto

    2011
  • Fotografias

    André Cavalheiro

Text description provided by the architects. An urbanism project, usually with poor visibility and maximum importance, the channeling and wastewater treatment system of the Integrated Socio-Environmental Program – PISA, of the Municipality of Porto Alegre – PMPA, running for more than 30 years, with wastewater treatment actions in the Guaiba estuary basin, with the participation of 40% of the territory of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, in addition to the obvious environmental and health benefits, returns the accessibility to the river in the capital in the short-term, with an expressive social impact.