Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 51.68
Liaison Franklin Lebo
Submission Date Jan. 11, 2019
Executive Letter Download

STARS v2.1

Baldwin Wallace University
IN-15: Stormwater Modeling

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A brief description of the institution’s stormwater modeling program and/or practices, including the methodologies and tools used:
SECTION 334100 – STORM WATER PART 1: GENERAL 1.1 Any deviances from the following instructions must be approved during design by Baldwin Wallace University Facilities Management Personnel. 1.2 Performance Requirements All new work, taking place within the city limits of Berea or in watersheds feeding the City of Berea, shall be in accordance with the Storm Water Ordinances of the City of Berea and Ohio EPA. This article is controlled by the City of Berea. Best Management Practices (BMP’s) are stated within the local publication “Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook for Developing Areas”, and can be obtained for the Soil Conservation Service. Projects which propose disturbing three (3) acres or greater area must submit a site registration application according to the Ohio Department of Environmental Protection (ODEP), Division of Water Resources. Projects which propose disturbing less than three acres should submit a Notice of Intent according to the guidelines stipulated by the ODEP. Fees associated with these activities shall be incurred by the Owner. PART 2: PRODUCTS 2.1 Piping All storm water piping shall be RCP or HDPE pipe. 2.2 Inlets & Manholes All inlets and manholes shall be constructed of reinforced concrete in accordance with the latest WVDOH standards. 2.3 Grates All grates shall be traffic bearing in accordance with the latest ODOH standards. PART 3: EXECUTION 3.1 Storm water is intended to be deposited within its originating watershed. Any deviation from this will require permission from Baldwin Wallace University. This policy is found in Baldwin Wallace University's Design Guidelines and Construction Standards, Volume 2, Divisions 21-28 available online at: https://www.bw.edu/about/offices/buildings-grounds/ For an example of BW's efforts to deal with stormwater runoff, the Durst Welcome Center at BW features a bio-retention cell to improve water quality (Please visit: https://kemccartney.com/stormwater/system-design-green-infrastructure/baldwin-wallace-bioretention-2/).

For which of the following percentile local or regional rainfall events does the institution retain runoff on-site using LID practices and green infrastructure? (95th, 90th, 85th, 80th, 75th, Other):

The percentile local or regional rainfall event for which the institution retains runoff on-site using LID practices and green infrastructure (0-100):

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