For the first phase of construction, screens were erected for site clearance and containment. The strategy to enclose the space stemmed from the desire to complete the project with the minimum impact on the environment and local community. In the second phase the museum building was completed; for which it received the XIII Spanish Biennial of Architecture and Urbanism award in the Heritage and Transformation category. In the third phase the urbanization programme was completed with the urban realm development of the Almudena square.
The Higher Council of Architects of Spain awarded FCC Construccion the 2017 Architecture Prize for our execution of this project.
2017 Architecture Prize
Granted by The Higher Council of Architects of Spain