This report describes how CVC is addressing important stormwater challenges in the Credit River watershed.
Literature review providing background information and initial analysis of the suitability of CVC’s head office building to implement a smart blue roof.
The technical and financial feasibility study and assessment of smart blue roof implementation, both for CVC’s head office and for the broader industrial, commercial and institutional sector (IC&I). It also covers a structural and building science capacity analysis of the CVC administrative office and a review of public and private sector benefits of implementing smart blue roof technology.
Technical report of Central Parkway road right-of-way low impact development retrofit project monitoring results.
Monitoring plan for Central Parkway road right-of-way low impact development retrofit project evaluating the effectiveness of the Silva Cell and bioretention feature.
Overview of Clairfields, Westminster Woods and Pine Ridge Subdivision projects featuring large-scale infiltration practices called “greenways.”
This guide highlights common low impact development construction failures and how to avoid them, to bridge the gap between the design and construction of low impact development.
This guide was developed as a practical field guide to be used on a day to day basis to ensure low impact development projects are installed properly through all phases of the project.
A plan of action designed to ensure that we have “abundant, clean and safe water” in the Credit River watershed. This document builds on the original strategy completed in the early 1990s.
This report is intended to inform CVC municipalities as to the programmatic approaches and solutions that have been used to integrate LID into stormwater management programs.
Monitoring plan for CVC Head Office low impact development retrofit project evaluating the effectiveness of rainwater harvesting system, permeable paving, and bioswales.