Project Profile:

Wright Brothers, The Building Company

Project Summary

Here is a situation where the client did their own installation with instruction from Larry Spath, our local representative. There are two stormwater detention ponds underneath the pavement. Separating them is often convenient and the smaller sizes can make them easy to construct without large equipment.

Address

825 East State Street, Eagle, ID  83616

Install Size

816 units

Designer

The Land Group

Contractor

Wright Brothers, The Building Company

Project Gallery

Rainwater Storage was installed at Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle, Idaho, using Raincore3.
Wright Brothers, The Building Company's main design and contruction offices.
Underground-Stormwater Storage was installed at Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle, Idaho, using Raincore3.
These six parking spaces have Rainstore3 underneath them as the first installation to look for. Note the concrete swale used to direct stormwater to the inlet shown in the next photo just to the left of the red car.
Water Harvesting was installed at Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle, Idaho, using Raincore3.
Look for this inlet next to the main building to spot one of the locations of Rainstore3, which is underneath the six parking spaces here.
Subsurface-Water Retention was installed at Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle, Idaho, using Raincore3.
This is a view of the same installation only from the opposite end of the Rainstore3 site.
A Storwater Chamber was installed at Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle, Idaho, using Raincore3.
At the back of the property near the Eagle Mini Store, building D is another inlet centered between the two parking islands and marking the location of the Rainstore3 installation under the pavement.
Rainwater Harvesting and Irrigation were installed at Wright Brothers, The Building Company, Eagle, Idaho, using Raincore3.
This is another view of the same above photo showing you the relationship to the other site shown in the rear of the photo. The other building to the right is also theirs.