Type of work

Housing

Urban development of the Tres Cantos sector

Spain

  • MADRID FROM THE NUEVO TRES CANTOS WITH 1,000 DWELLINGS IN FRONT
  • THE NUEVO TRES CANTOS WORKS WITH 1,000 DWELLINGS IN THE BACKGROUND
  • MADRID FROM THE NUEVO TRES CANTOS WORKS
  • The urban development crossed by the railway line
  • Aerial view of the housing complex
  • MADRID FROM THE NUEVO TRES CANTOS WITH 1,000 DWELLINGS IN FRONT
  • THE NUEVO TRES CANTOS WORKS WITH 1,000 DWELLINGS IN THE BACKGROUND
  • MADRID FROM THE NUEVO TRES CANTOS WORKS
  • The urban development crossed by the railway line
  • Aerial view of the housing complex

Description

FCC is executing the new urban development of the Tres Cantos Sector, one of the largest urban development schemes carried out in the Community of Madrid. 

Tres Cantos is a municipality located twenty kilometres north of Madrid in a privileged location within a high-value environment.

This project contemplates all the works required to provide the urban services to the different areas and uses covered in the “Nuevo Tres Cantos” Partial Sector Plan, which is the base planning document for the drawing-up of this project. 

It is divided into nine specific projects: Levelling, paving, drainage, water distribution network, electricity distribution grid, gas distribution network, communication network conduit, public lighting, high and Atazar canal diversions, together with parks and gardens.

With 6,900 dwellings, the Tres Cantos urban development has a total area of 329 hectares, of which 100 hectares are reserved for residential use, 39 hectares for production activities, industry and tertiary use, 6 hectares for services and commercial activities, 60 hectares for equipment and services and 43 hectares for green belts.

Construction also includes other operations, such as increasing the M-607 to three lanes in each direction, electrical substation expansion, three structures for the crossing of the high-speed train line, the expansion of the waste water purification plant in the municipality and the installation of a waste collection system with underground containers.