Figure 1: View from Sheehan Hall of initial stages of excavation.
Figure 3: Continued excavation of lower infiltration bed. Chalk outline denotes perimeter of the bed.
Figure 5: Notice the filter fabric separating the underlying soil from the stone.
Figure 7: Moisture meters at varying depths in soil wall.
Figure 9: Layout of installed lysimeters at the base of the infiltration bed.
Figure 11: First pour of pervious concrete. A drum roller was used for compaction and finishing.
Figure 13: Second day of pouring.
Figure 15: Overhead view of completed project.
Figure 2: Looking into the Quad from Bartley Hall. Contractors are beginning to excavate the lower infiltration bed.
Figure 4: The excavation of the central infiltration bed nearing completion.
Figure 6: Moisture meters after installation in soil wall just below base of infiltration bed.
Figure 8: A lysimeter prior to installation.
Figure 10: Final grading prior to the pouring of the pervious concrete.
Figure 12: View of the first day’s pour. Note the plastic covering on completed areas.
Figure 14: Last day of pouring. Reinforcement used for standard concrete.