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Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot Completed - Mobile, AL

 Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot with Pervious Pavers

Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot with Pervious Pavers

Springhill Memorial Hospital’s employees are now able to utilize their new parking lot. The lot was built to maintain the natural beauty of the area with several old-growth pine trees continuing to mature and offer shade for the new 500-space parking lot located on the back of the campus. The new lot does not have exposed detention ponds because the storm water filters underneath the parking surface through a gravel base.

Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot - Mobile, AL

 Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot with Pervious Pavers

Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot with Pervious Pavers

Clark, Geer Latham & Associates is proud to update the progress of the Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot. The Pervious Pavers are in place. These pavers are designed to allow storm water to infiltrate through the pavement allowing the storm water to filter back into the natural ground and recharge the below grade water table. Green infrastructure offers additional advantages: it is more cost-effective than standard storm water detention system and results in additional environmental benefits. These benefits include low impact water quality to provide cleaner runoff water, enhanced natural water supplies, reduced urban surface temperatures, and increased property values. Keep checking back for updates!

Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot - Mobile, AL

 Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot  Utilizing Green Infrastructure Solutions

Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot

Utilizing Green Infrastructure Solutions

Clark, Geer Latham & Associates is proud to announce that the Springhill Medical Center - Delaney Employee Parking Lot is progressing nicely. By utilizing a green infrastructure, this project uses natural hydrologic features to manage water and provide environmental and community benefits. The permeable pavers are designed to allow storm water to infiltrate through the pavement allowing the storm water to filter back into the natural ground and recharge the below grade water table. Green infrastructure offers additional advantages: it is more cost-effective than standard storm water detention system and results in additional environmental benefits. These benefits include low impact water quality to provide cleaner runoff water, enhanced natural water supplies, reduced urban surface temperatures,  and increased property values.