Andersen Construction was the general contractor tasked with the redevelopment of the University of Washington Bothell student housing complex. The 4.4-acre site was transformed into a new 305,300 square foot mixed-use student housing community with 1,055-beds throughout three six-story residence halls serving a mix of undergraduate and graduate students. Andersen reached out to WaterTectonics for a construction stormwater solution that would meet Administrative Order discharge limits due to historic contamination of petroleum products and metals at the site.
WaterTectonics dispatched a 300gpm WaveIonics electrocoagulation (EC) system with automated controls and an alert notification package to meet surface water discharge limits in this environmentally critical location with discharge directly into a large wetland system on the campus.
* Photo courtesy of Andersen Construction