Overall Rating Gold - expired
Overall Score 65.48
Liaison Amy Brunvand
Submission Date Oct. 21, 2020

STARS v2.2

University of Utah
IN-36: Stormwater Modeling

Status Score Responsible Party
n/a 0.00 / Amy Brunvand
Office of Sustainability

This credit was marked as Not Applicable for the following reason:


Storm Water Management Program Plan. University of Utah, (June 2016)
URL: http://d2vxd53ymoe6ju.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/20160810213712/UofU-SWMP-July-2016.pdf

"New sites should therefore be managing rainfall on site at close to 100% of the rainfall volume. Designers are to document the technical basis and calculations for the infiltration rates. The miminum (90th Percentile) calculation is to be included in the
November 2016 update to the Campus design standards." [p.14]

Red Butte Creek Stormwater Quality Assessment (SCIF grant, 2015)
Since the Chevron oil spills in June and December, 2010, Red Butte Creek has become an increasingly important symbol of both the challenges and the opportunities for University of Utah campus sustainability. A year-long stormwater quality assessment including sampling, analysis, data management, interpretation and synthesis

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