<p>Stormwater Infiltration</p>

Stormwater Infiltration

On sites where soils drain well and the water table is low enough, a stormwater infiltration system may be the most economical means for managing runoff. Unlike detention systems, which typically discharge runoff from a single outlet pipe, infiltration systems allow accumulated runoff water to percolate into the subsoil. Water quality is usually improved through the soil’s natural filtering ability. Infiltration systems can also minimize water table reductions. Infiltration is a key feature of low impact development (LID) designs. We offer a multiple types of systems for all your infiltration needs.

CMP for Stormwater Infiltration

Perforated CMP infiltration systems store stormwater runoff in the pipe and surrounding stone during a storm until it can be slowly released into the surrounding native soil. Perforated CMP is often used to meet Low Impact Development requirements.

ChamberMaxx for Subsurface Infiltration

An open bottom plastic chamber the ChamberMaxx allows infiltration into surrounding soils, effectively achieving runoff reduction objectives often required by in an LID (low impact development) design. Maximize available land for development by installing a belowground system while still significantly reducing the volume of stormwater runoff.

Infiltration StormFilter for Subsurface Infiltration and Treatment

Meet LID requirements and reduce or eliminate runoff with an underground infiltration system, plus provide treatment in the same structure with the Infiltration StormFilter. Small footprint make it ideal for tight sites or sites with crowded utilities. Easily adapts to multiple drainage areas for a modular design.

Grass Pavers for Fire Lanes, Access Roads, and Overflow Parking

Use the UrbanGreen Grass Pavers to provide H-20 access roads without adding impervious surface to your development. They can be utilized on fire lanes, access roads and maintenance roads that see limited use. Meet H-20 loading with lower cost per square foot.

DuroMaxx for Stormwater Infiltration

Perforated DuroMaxx infiltration systems store stormwater runoff in the pipe and surrounding stone during a storm until it can be released slowly into the surrounding native soil. Perforated CMP is often used to meet Low Impact Development requirements.

Precast Systems for Stormwater Detention and Infiltration

Our CON/SPAN and Terre Arch concrete stormwater detention and infiltration solutions provide the versatility to accommodate any footprint needed. These patented precast structures are engineered to the highest degree – ensuring structural integrity.