Rainstore3 – Storm Water Detention – Good Shepherd Episcopal Church – Centennial, Colorado

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Workers excavate the chamber area.

 

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Workers prepare

 

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The Rainstore3 installation is under the newly seeded lawn area to the right.

 

 

 

 

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A shot of the fabric and some backfill over the Rainstore3 units.

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Having the storm water detention basin underground allows for recreation on the lawn. This will look beautiful when the grass matures.

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This is the low end of the asphalt parking lot where the storm water drains into the inlet shown in the crook of the curb corner.

 

 

Project Name:
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

Location:
Centennial, CO

Product Used:
Rainstore3

Application:
Storm water Detention

Install Date:
03/04

Install Size:
1660 units

Client:
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

Designer:
Unpublished

Contractor:
JHL Constructors, Inc.

Summary:
The church needed to increase parking spaces for its parishioners. Because of the arid conditions and water rights, The State of Colorado requires that all storm water be placed back into the groundwater supply or into approved sewer systems. Storm water detention is practiced.