Case Study: CULTEC Low-profile Chambers Solve Extreme Depth Constraint for Athletic Fields
• 07/20/2017 • Edit
Dear Stormwater Professional,
University of North Carolina, Wilmington, recently embarked on a $45 million outdoor enhancement program intended to upgrade the school’s athletic facilities. This plan includes a wide variety of projects encompassing new intramural and club sports fields, rehabilitated varsity practice and game fields, public access buildings, and storage and service facilities.
In April 2017, UNCW looked for a creative solution do deal with strict drainage requirements of four new playing fields, requiring substantial underground stormwater detention.
Our friends at CULTEC provided this case study to show how UCNW and the contractor approached the problem of extereme depth constraints for the athletic fields.
When you read this case study, you will:
- Discover the complete assembly process for installing the infiltration system
- Learn what contractors appreciate about CULTEC solutions
- Find the benefits of compact stockpiling and how it benefits the site contractor
If these questions intrigue you . . . if there’s anything in the specialized field you think you still have to learn . . . download this FREE case study now, before your attention turns to other matters.
This case study is FREE. Read it now, and learn how a CULTEC low-profile chambers solved extreme depth constraint issues for UNCW athletic fields.
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