Project Profile:

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Project Summary

This was Invisible Structures’ second Rainstore3 installation and the first detention application. With the water table so high, a low profile solution for capturing and slowly releasing stormwater was required. Each cell was only six pieces high, 60 cm or 24 inches. Filter fabric was tucked under the outside edges and wrapped up the sides and over the top.

Address

1/4 mile no of Cherry Ln and Blackcat Rd, Meridian, ID 83642

Install Size

56,400 gallons, 225 m3, 376 cells each 6 units high

Designer

Quadrant Consulting, 405 So. 8th Street, Boise, ID

Contractor

R&R Construction, Inc., Greenleaf, ID, phone 208-459-6067

Project Gallery

Underground-Rainwater Storage was installed at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Meridian, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
76 units were installed by Larry Spath and Andy Gersen from Wm. A. Matzke Co., Inc., our representatives, two engineers from Invisible Structures, Inc., while R&R Construction, Inc. moved the cells into place. Product familiarity helps convince others how easy it is to work with Rainstore3
Stormwater storage was installed at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Meridian, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
Rainstore3 was placed six high - 60 cm.
Subsurface-water-retention mats were installed at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Meridian, Idaho, using Rainstore3.
The contractors were very impressed with the ease of installation and the ability to walk on top of the cells.