Underground Infrastructure

July 03 2015
Topics:   Site-Civil
Underground Infrastructure

Limited site area is a common issue with land development where every square foot must be utilized and serve its purpose. Many times, developments go underground with site features and infrastructure to increase the efficiency of the site layout and increase the developable yield. For example, beneath this rear access aisle of the QuickChek in Fairfield contains all the utility lines for the building, a grease trap, roof drains, a stormwater detention system for runoff control, a stormwater infiltration system for groundwater recharge, a vortex system for water quality.