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.

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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Urban Residential Development chooses Treatment Train

Urban Residential Development chooses Treatment Train

The City of Pointe-Claire, an on-island suburb of Montreal in Quebec, Canada, is an entirely urbanized and developed area. The soil conditions underneath the dense urbanization are a combination of clay-rich soils and limestone, both of which are not ideal for infiltration.

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Protecting Alberta’s Water Supply

Protecting Alberta’s Water Supply

The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission chose the Campbell Industrial site to construct a new 534,000 square foot warehouse. This facility will be the central hub for Alberta’s alcohol storage and distribution, set to experience between 120- 200 trucks per day moving on and off the property. The site, located within the City of St. Albert, Alberta, was chosen due to its proximity to the highway for ease of transportation and proximity to the existing main liquor warehouse.

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Industrial Site Development, Rue Archibald-Campbell, Victoriaville

Industrial Site Development, Rue Archibald-Campbell, Victoriaville

For years, the reservoir Beaudet has been studied due to sedimentation problems. It is located near the water intake of the City of Victoriaville. The site’s stormwater discharges into an existing storm sewer which flows into the River L’Abbé, which then flows to the Bulstrode River and into the reservoir.

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