The headquarters’ campus of a global technology company is the location for a nearly half-acre installation of a Detroit technology company’s proprietary EGRP system to remove standing water. The project installation was completed on September 11, it was announced today.
Parjana Distribution, LLC, of Detroit designed and engineered a solution to reduce or eliminate standing ground water adjacent to the technology company’s world headquarters for future use by employees as a micro-park.
Parjana’s proprietary and environmentally friendly system, that mitigates the need for extensive drainage tunneling and infrastructure, allows for rain water to flow through a series of EGRP devices buried below surface that are designed to re-distribute the water throughout the ground soils in an expedient manner.
“For a site of this size and topography we are highly confident that employees of this technology company will have a nearly half-acre mini park that will be free of standing water come spring of 2018,” said Kramer. “We are very excited to literally help change the landscape of a company whose employees have changed the world.”
He added that given the client’s globally trademarked name and legal restrictions, it was requested that Parjana not use the client’s name in its press release.
“Whether we are installing this water reduction solution for a global tech company, a university, stadium or private homeowner we approach each project with the mission of providing the client with a lasting solution while minimizing the construction and cost of traditional trench and sewer systems that are overtaxed with development expansion,” said Greg McPartlin, CEO of Parjana.
Parjana delivers innovative patented technology solutions to improve water infiltration and mitigation through the use of new green technology called Energy-passive Groundwater Recharge Products (EGRPs) that allow water to infiltrate naturally. The company’s proprietary system is earth-friendly and can be implemented more quickly and cost-effectively than traditional methods.
The project will implement an infiltration enhancement technology, the Energy-Passive Groundwater Recharge Product (EGRP®) system on the campus that will mitigate standing water and increasing the rate of groundwater recharge. By accelerating infiltration into and through the near-surface soils, EGRP® technology increases the volume of storm water that can be stored, infiltrated and ultimately recharged. Surface water that would have pooled or run off is captured below grade reducing flooding. The improved management of water supplies provided by the project will be even more important to accelerate groundwater capture and facilitate conjunctive use as more extreme weather events are expected in the future.
For more information on Parjana, please visit www.parjana.com.
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