Project Profile:

Brookwood

Project Summary

This is an excellent examples of how the developer handled the stormwater off all the street pavement by directing it into inlets that lead to Rainstore3 8 foot deep underground detention basins for on-site stormwater collection and infiltration.

Address

Floating Feather and Thunderbird Lane, Eagle, ID

Install Size

6015 units

Designer

N.A.

Contractor

Sommer Construction, 16200 North 20th Street, Nampa, ID 83687, contact Justin, 208-465-4778

Project Gallery

Stormwater Storage was achieved at Brookwood housing complex in Eagle, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
Main entrance sign to Brookwood, a housing complex with an 8 foot deep Rainstore3 site underneath every cul-de-sac for collecting stormwater.
Underground-Water Detention was achieved at Brookwood housing complex in Eagle, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
This is an example of a typical installation where the Rainstore3 is located in an 8 foot deep area underneath the center landscaped island shown here.
Rainwater Storage was achieved at Brookwood housing complex in Eagle, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
Here is another site showing the inlets in the curb at the left and the vegetated island in the cul-de-sac where the Rainstore3 is located in a deep 8 foot profile.
Rainwater Harvesting was achieved at Brookwood housing complex in Eagle, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
This is an example of surface filtration to avoid clogging the inlet at the corner of East Brookwood Drive. The Rainstore3 is located under the cul-de-sac island.
A Subsurface Cistern was installed at Brookwood housing complex in Eagle, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
Here is another site at North Watson Way of a location of Rainstore3 under the grass area.
Subsurface Water Detention was achieved at Brookwood housing complex in Eagle, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
Here is another center island with Rainstore3 and showing the inlets which drain into the reinforced underground detention basin. Inlets at the curbs are shown on either side of this pavement.