Project Profile:

Aldi Foods

Project Summary

The site was extremely tight on space so the only option for stormwater storage was either Rainstore3 or a concrete chamber. Corrugated pipe and arched chamber systems would not work in this situation. Rainstore3 was used based on its price and efficiency. Oloff Construction was also impressed with the ease of handling.

Address

1001 W. Cermak Road (22nd Ave) Broadview, IL  60153

Install Size

888 m3 (8880 units)

Designer

Aldi Foods Company

Contractor

Oloff, Inc.

Project Gallery

A Stormwater-Storage System was installed at Aldi Foods, Broadview, Illinois, using Rainstore3.
Oloff Construction made good use of a ramp (far end) to load the Rainstore3 modular units into the excavated area.
Underground-Stormwater Storage was installed at Aldi Foods, Broadview, Illinois, using Rainstore3.
The 12 unit high cells were easily placed and moved on site.
A Rainwater-Storage System was installed at Aldi Foods, Broadview, Illinois, using Rainstore3.
This photo shows the Aldi Foods Building (background) and the the Rainstore3 area.
An Underground-Water-Retention System was installed at Aldi Foods, Broadview, Illinois, using Rainstore3.
Another view of the excavated area with about a quarter of the total units installed.