Toyota Didn’t Have Enough Pond Space

Nov. 8, 2014

The traditional approach of designing large detention ponds to contain stormwater runoff was creating problems for Toyota Scion of Lakewood. The dealership’s project spanned 23.50 acres — with 14.29 acres of impervious surface and 5.12 acres set aside for two detention ponds. But due to unexpected difficulties accessing the area needed for the second pond, the entire project was in jeopardy. Learn More

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