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

Church Chooses Stormceptor STC for Expansion

Church Chooses Stormceptor STC for Expansion

The Hillside Baptist Church (HBC) in Moncton, New Brunswick got its start in 1974 when three smaller churches amalgamated, and now more than 600 congregants attend weekly Sunday services. With a growing church community, HBC made plans for an expansion. The result would be construction of a new, fully-furnished 8,100 square foot multi-purpose auditorium with seating capacity for 500 people, as well as additional parking capacity.

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Stormceptor MAX used for Residential Retrofit Sheep River’s Outfall

Stormceptor MAX used for Residential Retrofit Sheep River’s Outfall

The Town of Okotoks is an environmentally conscious bedroom community of just over 25,000 people, south of Calgary. Okotoks was one of the first communities in Canada to recognize its environmental limit to growth is the carrying capacity of the local watershed, in this case the Sheep River. This river and tributaries run right through the community and are important trout habitats, home to the mountain white fish along with many other wild life, as well supply artesian well drinking water.

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Former South Weymouth Massachusetts Naval Air Station

Former South Weymouth Massachusetts Naval Air Station

“Southfield”, the 1,440-acre former South Weymouth Massachusetts Naval Air Station, is on track to be the largest mixed-use development in New England employing “smart growth”. Smart growth is a land revitalization measure that builds on the best of the past in a compact sustainable way, preserving land for the future, while offering neighborhood character with access to jobs, services, and recreation.

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Longhouse Market & Deli

Longhouse Market & Deli

The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe sought to incorporate the concept of Low Impact Development (LID) long before design began on their new Longhouse Market and Deli.

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Port Authority Parking Lot Retrofit

Port Authority Parking Lot Retrofit

The Prince Rupert Port Authority is guided by the key principles of pollution prevention, preservation of environmental integrity, efficient use of resources, and continuous improvement. So when a parking lot upgrade was needed at their facility in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, treating the resulting stormwater runoff was a key consideration. 

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Main Street Markham South Reconstruction

Main Street Markham South Reconstruction

A key strategic priority for the City of Markham in Ontario was the reconstruction of Main Street, in order to manage increased traffic which resulted from past decade’s development. In addition to the road reconstruction, this $5,500,000 project included much-needed upgrades to Markham’s water main, storm sewers, and associated service connections. The project has also enhanced the existing streetscape, and showcases the residential, commercial, and heritage communities of Markham. 

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