Ogden City Entertainment Center
The Ogden Entertainment Center is expected to be the central area of revitalized in Downtown Ogden. This area was formerly the Ogden City Mall which was demolished in 2002. Future plans are for an outdoor shopping entertainment center. Rainstore3 was determined to be the best alternative for on-site stormwater detention because of its flexibility and because of site constraints. This area required a large amount of storage within a small footprint. The storage chamber was designed under part of the interior road construction and had to take into consideration other utilities on site. Construction took place during the winter which also presented problems. With the exception of some days with a lot of mud and water, installation went smoothly and could continue when other site work was impossible. This project also incorporated two CDS stormwater Treatment Units as part of the project.
23rd & Kiesel Ave, Ogden, Utah
12672 Units to hold 1191 cu meters of water
Russell Topham, P.E. Ogden City Engineering
Associated Brigham Contractors
Rain and snow had made the bottom muddy, so the excavated area was lined with rock to add stability. Workers were able to continue with installation with the more stable surface.
Fabric, geogrid, and Rainstore3 units are being installed here in sections.
A front end loader carries the product to workers who place them by hand
A shot of the entire installation of over 12,000 units, with fabric and geogrid on top.
Concrete debris filter and inlet pipe.
Work begins on placing the base course material.
Base course is nearly complete and will be ready for asphalt soon.