The iMark Flex building is a mixed-use building that primarily houses a home contractor but also general retail business. RW worked directly with ownership to deliver a design that allowed both the contractor and retail to work side by side without interference. RW provided topographic survey services to measure the bare earth site prior to any construction.
Our responsibilities included: hydraulic modeling of stormwater systems, drainage design, drainage study and analysis, site grading with building pad design, utility design for storm sewer, sanitary sewer, gas, water and roof drains, parking lot design and layout including analysis to meet zoning requirements, development of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and NPDES permit, design and analysis of an underground detention basin system for the treatment and storage of runoff to meet Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan (PCSMP) requirements, and post bid services included shop drawing review, SWPPP inspections, and on-site material testing coordination and observation.
Featuring above ground stormwater detention, the site makes the best use of greenspace to manage water run-off without the need for underground detention. Working within the limitations of planning and urban design requirements challenges designers to think outside the box to provide a well-engineered site.
Trademark Homes, Inc.
iMark Flex Building
RW staff involved:
Brian Yentes, PLS
Scott Braun, PE