Oak Bend Townhomes
This was a reconstruction project where an existing trailer park was demolished and new townhomes are being built as housing support for the adjacent hospital. In order to comply with City of Dunedin and the State of Florida Stormwater runoff regulations, a detention system was needed. Mike Palmer at Synergy designed this system with confidence that the Rainstore3 system was ideal for this site, as it is for many others. Mark Douglas with Professional Site Development was very pleased with the ease of installation as on site assembly of individual units is not required. One major plus to this system is that the only stone fill needed is around the perimeter of the system. In this case, they used #57 stone to fill the 15” wide trench around the outside, and road base was used as fill on top. This project progressed from initial excavation to setting in 2000 Rainstore3 units, to covering up and backfilling the sides in 3 days.
Mike Palmer with Synergy
Mark Douglas with Professional Site Development
The Rainstore3 units are light enough to carry into place.
Rainstore3 units arrive assembled on site for easy drop-in installation.
The finished Rainstore3 bed, before the Geogrid layer.
Workers finish installing the Geogrid layer.
Now all that's left is the base course on top.