Project Profile:

Bald Eagle Intersection/Marco Island city Hall/ Police Station

Project Summary

Rainstore3 went underneath the entire asphalt parking area’s of the City Hall and new Police Station. The entire system will hold over 53,000 gallons of water which will be routed back into the Florida Bay.

Address

Bald Eagle Intersection and the Marco Island City Hall

Install Size

2,124 units of Rainstore3

Designer

American Engineering, Naples, Florida

Contractor

Owens Ames Kimball Company, Fort Myers, FL. Superintendent, Jack Cahill. Sub City Contractors, Jack Ashcroft

Project Gallery

A subsurface-stormwater-storage system was installed under the asphalt parking lot at Marco Island City Hall and Police Station in Marco Island, Florida, using Rainstore3.
Preparation for the excavated area begins.
Underground stormwater retention was achieved by installing Rainstore3 under the asphalt parking lot at Marco Island City Hall and Police Station in Marco Island, Florida.
Leveling the excavated area.
A Rainwater Storage System was installed under the parking lot at the Marco Island City Hall and Police Station using Rainstore3.
Rainstore3 cell stacks are installed over the fabric and geogrid.
Water Harvesting and Storage was installed under the parking lot at the Marco Island City Hall and Police Station using Rainstore3.
The inlet grate shown here.
Underground Water Storage was achieved by installing Rainstore3 under the asphalt parking lot at the Marco Island City Hall and Police Station.
Florida’s high water table makes Rainstore3 the perfect solution at shallow depths.
Using Rainstore3, water flowing through this grate is stored, cleaned and routed back into the Florida Bay.
Completed asphalt parking with Rainstore3 chamber underneath.