The Maple/Terry Hall housing project is part of the University of Washington’s Phase III West Campus village development project. The two new residential halls will house over 1,000 students in 440,000 square feet of new, eight-story buildings. Below-grade parking and food services will also be integrated into the halls as well as common areas for both students and visitors. WaterTectonics worked with WG Clark Construction during demolition of the old dormitories and through excavation and construction of the below-grade parking facilities. All site stormwater from this 5-acre parcel discharged directly to the nearby Montlake cut, a popular recreational waterway. WaterTectonics provided a WaveIonics electrocoagulation system to treat all site stormwater prior to discharge.

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university of washington and electrocoagulation
underground parking water treatment
university of washington construction
university of washington construction stormwater discharge
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