Sherwood Design Engineers

Lower Sproul Redevelopment, University of California, Berkeley (Moore Ruble Yudell and CMG Landscape Architecture): A 30,000-gallon rainwater cistern captures stormwater for reuse in Eshleman Hall for toilet flushing. Overflow from the cistern is directed to a 2,100-square-foot rain garden (shown in the image), the largest on campus for treatment of stormwater prior to outfall into the nearby creek.