The StormTank Module is the flagship product of the StormTank brand, offering a stormwater management solution for nearly any application. It’s strong, easy to assemble, and can be sized and configured to fit nearly any site layout. With up to 97% void space and a stackable design, the system minimizes installation footprint while allowing for management of large volumes of water.Learn More: StormTank Module
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10th Street Brewery, Milwaukee, WI, USA
Leinenkugel’s 10th Street Brewery decided on an expansion that would both enlarge the brewhouse and the tank cellar. They decided to work with a well-renowned engineering firm, Systems Design Engineering, Inc., and in turn, the engineering firm opted to involve StormTank as a trusted partner from previous projects.
The StormTank team assisted the designer in drafting system design options, locating an impermeable liner that would provide maximum storage capacity, and also provided a local distributor contact – American Infrastructure Technologies, Inc. – for on-site support during the installation of the system.
Successfully installed in August 2017, the StormTank Module system offered a large amount of void space and load-bearing capacity to support the expansion.
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Gulf Breeze Medical Office Building, Pensacola, FL, USA
The Gulf Breeze Medical Office Building project in Pensacola, Florida, was over budget, and like many projects, the stormwater management system was a large contributing factor. In addition, the Florida panhandle lacks a prominent supply of aggregate, making larger excavations that require a lot of stone very expensive.
To reduce costs, the contractor began seeking alternatives for the specified arch product that would use less material and landed on the StormTank Module. The StormTank team worked with the local distributor, R.H. Moore, and the project engineer to evaluate different product heights and alternative design layouts.
Ultimately, the high void space of the Module system allowed for more storage in a smaller footprint, reducing the original excavation size and using less stone backfill, to bring the total installation cost back within budget.
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Hilton Garden Inn, Arvada, CO, USA
The site plan for the Hilton Garden Inn project in Arvada, Colorado, was tightly designed to work around preexisting constraints, and the corresponding stormwater management system needed to do the same. Traditional pipe and arch-shaped systems were considered as potential solutions for the project but would have required large footprints, using a lot of stone, to get the job done.
With space at a premium, Brentwood’s StormTank Module system was considered, and ultimately chosen, as an alternative. Easily designed around structures and capable of being stacked, the Module system provided design flexibility that not only enabled more storage in a smaller footprint but required less stone and excavation than competing systems. These features allowed the StormTank system to both fit within the site’s tight constraints and reduce project costs.