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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.

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