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2019 AIA Florida Design Awards

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AGUA (Agencia para la Gestion y Utilizacion del Agua)

Merit Award | Theoretical and Research Design

AGUA (Agencia para la Gestion y Utilizacion del Agua)

Merit Award | Theoretical and Research Design

Designed by Jose L. Plata Rodriguez, Assoc AIA.

Project’s primary purpose will be to provide potable water to a specific community, although it will not be limited to it. Through education and research in relation to water, the aim is to raise awareness about the use and administration of this important resource. It is located at Las Curias, San Juan, a Non PRASA community with around 800 people. The basic need of water per day in thus community is 318 gallons. In the project, 3 types of water will be worked: rainwater, groundwater and storm water. All 3 types will be filtered and processed to be use. The maximum capacity of stored water in the building will be 523,449 gallons, while the non-potable water will be divided into 2 tanks.

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