Rainstore3 – Storm Water Detention – City of Denver – Denver, Colorado

 

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The second chamber is excavated and ready for fabric.

 

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One meter width of Rainstore3 works perfectly for this detention application.

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Gravel is used for infiltration.

 

 

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A Geomembrane liner is used to keep the water from getting under the street.

 

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Rainstore3 is wrapped in geotextile fabric before side fill is placed.

 

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A monitoring and pump-out service access is seen in this photo.

 

Project Name:
City of Denver Storm water Detention

Location:
Denver, CO

Product Used:
Rainstore3

Application:
Storm water Detention

Install Date:
01/09

Install Size:
177 Units (600 cu feet) water storage

Client:
City of Denver

Designer:
City of Denver

Contractor:
Jalisco International

Summary:
The two Rainstore3 detention chambers utilize geo-grid below and above with a heavy felt fabric wrapping the 3 unit high by one unit wide system. Between the street and the chambers and the sidewalk and the chambers there is a 20 mil PVC liner 4-5’ deep to keep any water from getting under the street or sidewalk. The water can only percolate directly below into the soil.