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retention pond manifold detention system overflow six-barrel manifold four-barrel run manifold

Project Spotlight: Saddlebrook Marketplace

By: Pacific Corrugated Pipe Co.

retention pond manifold detention system overflow six-barrel manifold four-barrel run manifold

Construction of a new shopping center warranted a stormwater runoff system that included both a retention pond manifold and detention system overflow.  Along with the longer runs of pipe, all of the corrugated metal pipe had to be connected to a Type 4 concrete catch basin per ADOT standard Detail C-15-30.  To achieve this feat, three 42” tees were used to connect the longer runs of CSP.

retention pond manifold detention system overflow six-barrel manifold four-barrel run manifold

For the 60” pipe, four 90º elbows and eight tees were used to assemble a six-barrel manifold with three 42” tees.  This setup created an outlet to drain into a retention pond. In addition, the 48” pipe also made use of four 90º elbows and four tees to assemble a four-barrel run manifold.

For more information   on this project please visit PCP’s website here.

For more information on this and the many other benefits of Corrugated Steel Pipe, contact us by calling (972) 850-1907 or visiting NCSPA.org.

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