Chapin Terrace Stormwater Management

The work is an exploration of adaptive retrofit infiltration systems along Chapin Terrace in Springfield, MA and reduces the impact of runoff on urban watersheds. This intervention represents a distinguishable aesthetic experience to raise acceptance, increase the spatial use, and make infiltration more desirable in urban environments. The interdisciplinary proposal was developed through collaboration with the regional Springfield Water and Sewer Commission (SWSC) with the intention of being a pilot project that could be implemented elsewhere in the city and region.

Program Type: 

Impact Area: 

Other - Impact Area: 

Neighborhood Revitalization

Program Impact Region: 

Program Participation: 

Neither applies

Program Start (and End Dates): 

September 5, 2011 to September 4, 2012

Partner(s): 

Springfield Water and Sewer Commission (SWSC)
Agawam, MA 01001
United States

Program Director: 

Frank Sleegers

Program Director's Email Address: 

Program Contact: 

Design Team: Ryan Ball, Nathan Frazee, Patrick McGeough, Garrett Stone (LARP)

Contact Email: 

UNIT: Colleges, Schools, Departments, Centers, and Institutes: 

College of Social & Behavioral Sciences/Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning

Student Involvement: 

No

This Project Receives External Funding: 

Yes

Assessment Mechanism: 

No
Scholarly Product Type: 
Report

Scholarly Product Detail: 

Report, Construction Documents, Graphic Visualizations