Project Profile:

Stone Mountain Carpet

Project Summary

The system used a weir-wall design to restrict flow and back up water in the Rainstore3 system. This distance to the building probably does not exceed 10 feet. This was not the original design, however the Rainstore3 system was relocated in order to avoid an underground utility installation.

Address

South Main Street near exit 243 at I-81

Install Size

2500 cu ft. (720 units, 72 cu meters)

Designer

Dan Lewelen of Valley Engineering

Contractor

Neff Enterprises out of Harrisonburg

Project Gallery

Underground-Water Storage was installed at Stone Mountain Carpet, Harrisonburg, Virginia, using Rainstore3.
The prefiltration system cleans the water of sediments before entering the Rainstore3 Chamber.
Stormwater Chamber was installed at Stone Mountain Carpet, Harrisonburg, Virginia, using Rainstore3.
A Look at the entire system before being completely wrapped in fabric.
An Underground-Rainwater-Storage System was installed at Stone Mountain Carpet, Harrisonburg, Virginia, using Rainstore3.
Inflow pipe attachment.
Subsurface-Water Storage was installed at Stone Mountain Carpet, Harrisonburg, Virginia, using Rainstore3.
The covered Rainstore3 system with the water intake just visible.
Stormwater Storage was installed at Stone Mountain Carpet, Harrisonburg, Virginia, using Rainstore3.
Air pressure relief to avoid expansion and contraction when water flows too quickly in and out.