APPLICATIONS & CASE STUDIES

Read our case studies to see how Imbrium helped clients solve the most challenging stormwater treatment problems in the most demanding environments.

Cooksville Stormwater Pond

Cooksville Stormwater Pond

In August of 2009 a massive storm hit Mississauga, Ontario which flooded approximately 400 homes. The damage from this storm was caused by the river...

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Hélène-Boullé street stormwater runoff treated by Stormceptor® EF

Hélène-Boullé street stormwater runoff treated by Stormceptor® EF

Ville de Broucherville took advantage of the repairs to the Hélène-Boullé and Darontal Streets in order to improve the management of the sector’s stormwater. The stormwater in the neighborhood was conveyed directly to Sabrevios Creek, which is a sensitive environment where many fish live. The city wanted to reduce the total suspended solids (TSS) released in this watercourse. The city had an area of 5.07 Ha with a 49% imperviousness and a treatment flow rate of 263L/s. The city wanted to remove 40% TSS in order to reduce the amount of TSS entering the creek.

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W1 - Marine Gardens

W1 - Marine Gardens

Concord Pacific redeveloped and built 514 market residential units over two high- rise towers, 70 market rental units, and a 37 space day-care within a six and a half story mid-rise building. The new multi-building complex has a gross area of more than 455,000 square feet plus 411 underground parking spaces. This redevelopment is located at the heart of a development plan for increased density by way of towers, creating a transit-oriented hub that is adjacent to the Marine Drive Canada Line station. Treatment of stormwater for this development was critical due to the sites proximity to the Fraser River and the various fish that navigate it’s waters including: the White Sturgen, Salmon, and Steelhead Trout.

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The Living City Campus

The Living City Campus

Located at the Kortright Centre for Conservation in Ontario, The Living City Campus is Canada’s largest environmental and renewable energy education and demonstration centre. It is part of the international BRE Innovation Parks Network dedicated to showcasing the brightest sustainability solutions, technologies, and ideas the world has to offer.

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Green Energy Sustainable Facilities

Green Energy Sustainable Facilities

The Iberdrola group is a public, multinational, electric utility company based in Spain, known for their leadership in energy production. Iberdrola took the lead construction and development role of two new identical green energy biomass facilities in British Columbia, Canada. One biomass plant is situated outside the City of Merritt, which is 270 km northeast of Vancouver, located at the confluence of the Nicola and Coldwater Rivers within the Nicola Valley. The other biomass facility is in Fort St. James, which is a former fur trading post in north-central British Columbia, roughly 600 km North of Vancouver, located on the southeastern shore of Stuart Lake.

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Large Urban Redevelopment Takes Advantage of Stormceptor MAX

Large Urban Redevelopment Takes Advantage of Stormceptor MAX

Currie Barracks is a community within the heart of southwest Calgary. This property was a historic military training area, which has recently been converted to a mix of residential and commercial land use, including parks and multi-use green space. A holistic urban design approach has been implemented throughout the development, creating a sense of community, architecture and landscaping that’s aesthetically pleasing. This new green community has earned the distinction of being named the first Gold Certified LEED community in Canada.

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