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Drainage Solutions

Parking Structures

There are many considerations for planning drainage systems in parking lots including the surrounding landscape, MS4 requirements as well as the average amount of rainfall.

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Warehouses

Warehouse drainage is determined by several factors including the load rating for the traffic it encounters, the location of the drainage and selecting grates that are appropriate for pedestrian traffic if needed..

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Gas Stations

Not only do you need to redirect storm water away from the building, but you also have to be mindful of the chemical wastes that contaminate the runoff as it finds its way to the drainage system.

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Stadiums / Sports Tracks

Trench drain has a big role in keeping sport tracks and fields well drained. Rainfall makes playing on open grass or turf difficult, if not impossible. Playing on sodden ground increases the likelihood of mud, damaged turf, and player injury.

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Auto Repair

It’s important to consider different drainage options both inside and out when it comes to auto repair shops.

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Manufacturing

Each facility has different needs for drainage. Knowing the types of effluent and any extreme conditions helps determine which drainage products are best suited for the application.

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Chemical Processing

There are drainage systems specially created for a variety of environments with extreme heat and harsh chemicals.

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Resorts

Drainage systems in hotels and resorts must meet high standards to keep the guests happy and the building compliant with any local, state and national industry requirements.

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Fire Stations

In this industry, Water needs to be redirected both inside and outside of the building.

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Restaurants

In restaurants, effective drainage is critical to deter bacteria growth from pooling liquids and other food debris. Environmental health officers are quick to shut down restaurants with poor hygiene standards.

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Car Wash

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