Project Profile:

La Terraza Center (Shopping)

Project Summary

There are inlets on the near end of the parking lot under the tree and the one at the far corner in that line of parking spaces. Construction photographs are available.

Address

Corner Hwy 179 and Cortez, Village of Oak Creek, just south of Sedona, AZ

Install Size

2694 units, 67,000 gallons

Designer

Shephard-Wesnitzer, Sedona, AZ

Contractor

Tiffany Construction

Project Gallery

Subsurface water storage was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Rainstore3 is underneath this section of the parking lot from the inlet shown in the foreground to another one at the back of the property.
A water harvesting and irrigation system was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Other end of the installation shows the second inlet at the back of the parking lot. This retaining wall was built to contain the Rainstore3 area and to raise the parking area.
An Underground Storm Water Chamber was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Shell Station is located near the street with the Rainstore3 at the back on the right.
Storm-water storage was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Installation photo - Rainstore3 units, off-loaded from the truck, prior to installation.
An underground drainage layer was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Installation photo - Geogrid on the bottom of the excavation prior to cell placement.
Rainwater storage was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore3.
Installation photo - Workers place the RS3 cells, top with geogrid, and prepare to encase them in geotextile filter fabric.
An underground storm-water chamber was installed at the La Terraza Center (Shopping), Sedona, Arizona, using Rainstore2.
Installation photo - The cells are totally encased in geotextile fabric.