Project Profile:

Canyon County Vehicle Maintenance

Project Summary

Sometimes it is more efficient to split up the Rainstore3 into three separate sites instead of piping stormwater to one center location. That worked well for this project. Very little of this site has porous surfaces since it is nearly all occupied by the building or the asphalt paving. With using Rainstore3, the stormwater can be handled on site replenishing natural aquifers.

Address

1323 East Chicago Street, Caldwell, ID  83606

Install Size

900 units

Designer

Canyon County

Contractor

R & R Construction, 21988 Tucker Road, Greenleaf, ID 83626, contact John Redman, 208-371-3431

Project Gallery

Underground-Water Detention was installed at Canyon County Vehicle Maintenance in Caldwell, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
This is the east side entrance and Rainstore3 is underneath the pavement and marked with the inlets.
Stormwater Storage was achieved at Canyon County Vehicle Maintenance in Caldwell, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
Scanning to the left of the previous photo you can see that the Rainstore3 doesn't take up any above ground space for the detention basin.
Rainwater Storage was achieved at Canyon County Vehicle Maintenance in Caldwell, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
On the west side of the building all of this asphalt parking area drains the stormwater to this centrally located inlet, then into the Rainstore3 installation.
Undergroung-Water Detention was achieved at Canyon County Vehicle Maintenance, Caldwell, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
The north side of the building has Rainstore3 underground detention basins for handling stormwater.
Rainwater Harvesting was achieved at Canyon County Vehicle Maintenance in Caldwell, Idaho, using Rainstore3.