Maintaining Surface Utiltity

Commercial, industrial and institutional projects save valuable land area with underground  RainSpace Stormwater Management Chambers and improve the esthetics of the site while meeting Stormwater management or water storage requirements.  Use RainSpace Chambers to reduce the surface area devoted to bioswales or wetlands when these management practices are included in a Stormwater management design.

This major discount chain erected a number of stand-alone new retail locations which required stormwater detention systems to meet local NPDES requirements on site.  RainSpace chambers with inlet filter wells were utilized to meet these requirements where chambers were sited under parking lots and driveways on sites with restricted space.  These... more
An 85,000 gallon RainSpace stormwater retention chamber was installed on a narrow residential lot in Los Altos, California. Sandwiched between the rear of the residence and an existing swimming pool with a garage to one side, this RainSpace Chamber was the first part of a backyard improvement project which includes a patio, water feature, lawn... more
A leading Master Gardener in Phoenix, Arizona, under a short timeline to a widely anticipated home and garden tour, wanted a clean source of untreated water for his specimen plantings. He needed a stormwater retention chamber that could be installed easily under his driveway and parking area where it would not disrupt his established gardens.... more
A 10,000 gallon RainSpace Stormwater Retention Chamber was installed under the parking lot of a small two building office site in Southern Oregon. The water is collected off of the roofs of the buildings. The underground installation was ideal for the small parking lot where space is at a premium and any above ground tanks would negatively... more
A popular municipal Community Center in Southern Oregon was being significantly expanded and remolded to improve the level of general services to the city's residents. Located in a part of town with a water supply that was deemed inadequate by contemporary firefighting standards, construction of the building could not begin until a 20,000 gallon... more
A 20,000 gallon RainSpace Stormwater Retention Chamber was installed at an elementary school to store water collected from the school roof. The RainSpace Stormwater Retention Chamber is part of a student learning center focused on teaching gardening and planting, growing and harvesting vegetables, fruits and flowers with hands-on experience. The... more
Brian Arden Winery in the Napa Valley, California town of Calistoga constructed a new facility for the production of their fine distinctive varietal wines in the winter of 2014.  The civil engineers for the project selected a large scale RainSpace Stormwater Management and Water Storage system consisting of multiple underground inter-connected... more