Project Profile:

University of Michigan Elbel Field

Project Summary

Rainstore3 was used at this site to overcome the tight constraints imposed by the street, trees, and existing buildings. Rainstore3’s high void space made a underground detention pond possible.

Address

NE corner of South Division & Hill, Ann Arbor, MI  48103

Install Size

1060 units (106 m3)

Designer

Engineer U of M Dharmesh Joshi 326 East Hoover Ave 734-647-1332 shivdhar@bf.umich.edu

Contractor

G&W Construction 4832 Gifford Ct. Ann Arbor MI 734-665-6435

Project Gallery

Underground Water Storage was installed at the University of Michigan Elbel Field, Ann Arbor, Michigan, using Rainstore3.
A loader brings RS3 cell stacks - four high - to waiting workers.
A Storewater-Detention System was installed at the University of Michigan Elbel Field, Ann Arbor, Michigan, using Rainstore3.
The work area is sectioned off for safety.
An Underground-Stormwater Chamber was installed at the University of Michigan Elbel Field, Ann Arbor, Michigan, using Rainstore3.
The concrete inlet will be connected to the RS3 chamber by plastic pipe.
A Subsurface Cistern was installed at the University of Michigan Elbel Field, Ann Arbor, Michigan, using Rainstore3.
A wide shot of most of the RS3 chamber with fabric applied.
Underground-Rainwater Storage was installed at the University of Michigan Elbel Field, Ann Arbor, Michigan, using Rainstore3.
The geotextile fabric encases the entire structure.
Underground-Water Detention was installed at the University of Michigan Elbel Field, Ann Arbor, Michigan, using Rainstore3.
Pipe is fitted to the RS3 chamber and the concrete inlet.