Stormwater runoff just can't be allowed to flow directly from rooftops, roads and parking lots into our rivers, lakes and streams. This is because during a rain, the first half inch of water runoff from paved areas is the most polluted. This runoff must be temporarily stored in retention areas to allow nature time to cleanse it.
A stormwater retention area doesn't need to take on an industrial look. Stormwater retention systems can be made to look like a natural part of the landscape. Smaller ones can made to look like water gardens. Whatever your need, B. Robinson Corporation is experienced in the design and construction of stormwater retention systems.