Project Profile:

Creekside Resort

Project Summary

Note should be taken that it appeared that after the RS3 installation had been installed on the south side, a trench was dug to install two pipes, exposing the Tensar covering the RS3. Further digging in the vicinity of a completed RS3 installation should not be done. Rainstore3 allowed designers to solve multiple problems - stringent stormwater control regulations made more difficult by shallow utilities, and a very difficult excavation in a rocky soil situation.

Address

290 N. Hwy 89A, Sedona, AZ

Install Size

6420 Units, 159,408 gal of storage, 12 unit high cells

Designer

Shephard-Wesnitzer; Sedona, AZ

Contractor

Tiffany Construction, 2050 Yavapai Drive Sedona, AZ 86336, phone 928-204-9817

Project Gallery

An underground water retention system was installed at the Creekside Resort, Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
North side view of resort with the creek oriented on the far side of these buildings. Between the wall on the left and the buildings on the right is one RS3 installation.
Storm-water storage was installed at the Creekside Resort, Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Advancing from the first photo to the close-up location of the RS3 long narrow installation. It would appear that this blue taped area will be an inlet because it marks the close end of the product.
Subsurface water cistern was installed at the Creekside Resort, Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
South end RS3 long narrow section is located parallel to the wall underneath the landscaped side yard.
Storm-water storage was installed at the Creekside Resort, Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Rainstore3 units, off-loaded from the truck, prior to installation.
Underground water retention system was installed at the Creekside Resort, Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Installation photo-Workers excavate.
Underground storage mats were installed at the Creekside Resort, Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Installation photo - Covered in geogrid the RS3 chamber is nearly completed.