Detention systems are employed on a site to reduce the quantity of stormwater runoff
leaving a site by temporarily storing the runoff that exceeds a site’s allowable
discharge rate, and releasing it slowly over time.
Infiltration systems are incorporated to reduce the volume of stormwater runoff being
discharged from a site. This runoff reduction strategy is a major part of a low impact
72” Corrugated Metal Pipe (CMP) perforated for water infiltration.
System is capable of retaining storm water and infiltrating to area soils.
Installed to meet the updated watershed requirements.
Value Engineering included CMP instead of concrete riser.
System was relocated to avoid unforeseen utility conflicts.