Feature from Concrete Products Magazine: Jensen Precast System Captures Stormwater Regulators’ Attention

Bryan Bach Blog, Jensen Water Resource Blog, Stormwater

Our thanks to Concrete Products Magazine for featuring Jensen Stormwater Systems in its February 2019 issue, discussing the recent certification of the Jensen Deflective Separator (JDS) as a Full Capture System Device for Trash Treatment Control by the California Water Resources Control Board. Here is a snippet from the article: “The California Water Resources Control Board recently certified the Jensen Deflective Separator (JDS) as a Full Capture System Device for Trash Treatment Control. Certification of the technology from Sparks, Nev.-based Jensen Precast dovetails revised water quality control plans—collectively known as the ‘Trash Amendments’—that the agency adopted in 2015 for drainage …

A Walk in the Park

Brent Petring Blog, Stormwater

Project Lifecycle Day 1: A kind of calm excitement frames Mayfair Park in Lakewood, California, as workers install the first of many precast concrete structures making up a massive Jensen Detention Reservoir for the Lakewood Stormwater and Runoff Capture Project. “We had a very successful first day due to the proper subgrade preparation by the contractor, Sukut Construction, and their attention to the details involved in the delivery of Jensen Precast segments for precise timing of installation,” says Jay DeVries, Jensen Precast Outside Sales Representative. “We’re moving right along really well.” Manufactured by the Jensen Precast branch in Fontana, California, …

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Case Study: Stormwater Pretreatment Capture Facility in Southern California

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Los Cerritos Channel Sub-Basin 4 Stormwater Capture Facility Long Beach Airport, California, May 2018 Dry weather runoff and first flush stormwater flows pollute a Southern California watershed. Affected cities collaborate on a comprehensive stormwater management solution provided by Jensen Stormwater Systems. The 17,771-acre Los Cerritos Channel Freshwater Watershed in Southern California showed exceedances of the total maximum daily load (TMDL) limits established by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for total suspended solids (TSS) and several heavy metals. This urbanized, commercial, and industrial watershed is generating these pollutants in both dry weather runoff and first flush stormwater flows. Seven cities in the watershed were …

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First 16-Foot Manholes Cast For California Customers

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The new year is already looking large for Jensen Precast. Customers in Southern and Northern California are installing the first ever 16-foot concrete manholes cast at our Lockeford Branch. To the north in Mountain View, Google’s Bay View project took delivery in January of the first two 16-foot diameter precast structures, outfitted as 14,600 gpm (32-cfs) capacity packaged pump station built by Jensen Water Resources Pump Stations. To the south in Long Beach, City of Signal Hill’s Los Cerritos Channel Sub-Basin Stormwater Capture project will also install two 16-footers, which will deploy a dual Jensen Deflective Separator pretreatment system built by Jensen Water Resources Stormwater …