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This article exposes one of the main engineering problems in the design and construction of the upper reservoir of El Hierro hydro-wind plant, relative to the high settlement of the bottom in the southeast area. The high settlements measured during the construction phase are consequence of the geological-geotechnical settings of the site, a natural depression of a volcanic crater occupied by highly deformable soils derived from the weathering of volcanic materials. Ground improvement wasdoi:10.3390/proceedings2231468 fatcat:k3irjuovjnaifmrysnxw7fir4a