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Indianapolis Cultural Trail Stormwater Planter

A world-class urban bike and pedestrian path that connects neighborhoods, Cultural Districts and entertainment amenities

Stormwater bioretention and green roof at high density, mixed-use urban redevelopment, North Bethesda Market, Rockville Maryland

Stormwater bioretention and green roof at high density, mixed-use urban redevelopment, North Bethesda Market, Rockville Maryland

Mint Plaza in San Francisco is described by the Friends of Mint Plaza (FoMP) as "a community gathering spot– a space to take a break, bring lunch, read a book or chat with a friend."  The plaza also manages local stormwater and its design - by CMG Landscape Architecture and Sherwood Design Engineers - responds to the San Francisco's Public Utilities Commission Stormwater Program guidelines.

Rain garden - vegetated swale, Mint Plaza, San Francisco (Live oak swale in background)

Roadside Garden: bioswale projects to restore water cycle in Portland, Oregon // by Arthur Smid

Roadside Garden: bioswale projects to restore water cycle in Portland, Oregon

Roadside Garden: bioswale projects to restore water cycle in Portland, Oregon // by Arthur Smid

This sidewalk in Malmo, Sweden uses stormwater captured on the neighboring rooftop in an artful way that enhances the pedestrian experience during a rain event.

Street of the Week No.4: Stormwater Runnels in Malmo

This sidewalk in Malmo, Sweden uses stormwater captured on the neighboring rooftop in an artful way that enhances the pedestrian experience during a rain event.

Deaderick Street :: Nashville, TN Bioswales, medians, sidewalk planters and pervious concrete pavement over structural soils divert 1.2 million gallons of stormwater from going into the Cumberland River

Para a estrada parque Deaderick Street :: Nashville, TN Bioswales, medians, sidewalk planters and pervious concrete pavement over structural soils divert million gallons of stormwater from going into the Cumberland River

The redesign of N Gantenbein Avenue incorporates a large median with a central bioretention swale and 5,500 sf of previous pavers - Randall Children's Hospital | Landscape Performance Series

rain garden paving detail The redesign of N Gantenbein Avenue incorporates a large median with a central bioretention swale and sf of previous pavers.

High Point natural drainage, 31st Alley | More project info at: www.svrdesign.com/high_pt.html

Image showing a Natural Drainage System (NDS) applied to a streetscape in the High Point Neighborhood, located outside of Seattle, WA

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