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Xeripave Case Studies


Oregon City Amtrak Station

The Oregon City Amtrak Station was not known for its amenities. The station consisted of a platform with no sheltered waiting area for city Tri-Met rail users. So in 2010 when the city approved a site improvement project, it was an exciting opportunity. The project would include the relocation of a historic Sothern Pacific Building, built in the 1920's, to the Oregon City Station. The initial phase of the project included the construction of the rail platform, entrance to the site and the incorporation of a "green" stormwater infrastructure with limited parking. The second phase of the project consisted of relocating the historic depot onto a raised platform above the flood plain and the completion of a 50-space parking lot.

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North Houma Public Library

The Terrebonne Parish residents were pleased to learn that the north branch library would be remodeled. Originally built in 1976, the building was outdated and in need of a major renovation. The architectural company Cheramie + Bruce was tasked with designing the extensive makeover and expansion that would include a large meeting room to seat 200, a smaller meeting room for 50, four study rooms, an expanded teen area, a whimsical children's section with a room for arts-and crafts, 26 public computers with wireless capabilities, a computer classroom and a modernized entryway and courtyard.

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Sublette County Low Impact Development (LID)

Taking a proactive approach to stormwater management, Sublette County started implementing XeripaveR SP Pavers into various LID applications. With an infiltration rate that exceeds one gallon per second per square foot, the pavers to require only 12 to 18 percent of coverage for a project's total surface area. Taking advantage of the unparalleled pervious attributes, the county used impervious surfaces, such as standard concrete or asphalt, for the remaining surface to provide a cost effective stormwater management solution.

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St. Paul's Episcipol Church Redevelopment

St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Oregon City, OR underwent major renovations to its landscape with the intent to create a green and aesthetically pleasing environment. The original landscape was closed off with a large retaining wall, shrub beds and bark dust surrounding the perimeter making it inaccessible to members and visitors. Hoping to provide an open and inviting atmosphere, the church decided it was time for a change. The church looked to its members to donate their time, resources and funds for the makeover. Scott Buley, Owner of High Tech Turf & Trees, was eager to help construct a modern approach to the church's exterior landscape.

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Washoe County Filtration Trays

Washoe County, NV, like many municipalities, was fighting a continuous battle against the mosquitoes. The county decided to take action to reduce the mosquito population and vector diseases, such as the West Nile Virus. The Vector-Borne Diseases Environmental Health Division decided they were in need of a solution that would not require the use of pesticides in the county's stormwater drainage systems, which are a mosquito breeding ground. Xeripave, LLC worked closely with the county to develop a two-year pilot study program for a stormwater drainage filtration tray system.

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