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Fueling up at a Maverik convenience store, few customers are aware of an extensive underground chambering network concealed beneath the store’s asphalted parking area. Because all surfaces generate run-off from rain storms, building construction may require substantial underground containment systems for stormwater management.
To manage stormwater at Maverik’s West Haven store at 1900 West and 2550 South, Reeve & Associates employed an innovative stormwater containment system called StormTech. With the ability to capture 100 percent of stormwater run-off, the chamber covers one-fifth of an acre and can hold up to 16,000 cubic feet of storm water. Reeve has used this technology on numerous projects throughout the West.
"The advantage of this system is its ease of maintenance and its ability to filter sediment before discharging run-off into the municipal system," said Nate Reeve, a principal with Reeve & Associates. "It also frees up valuable real estate that might otherwise be allocated to detention basins.”