My role as designer for WRT and as private consultant for Construction Administration included analysis, design, documentation and specifications for the reuse of concrete demolition materials from the site and architectural salvage stone from Philadelphia. The reused materials provide erosion control at the outfalls where stormwater enters the park through pipes from modified street inlets. Additionally, the hard materials provide erosion protection around the forebay and at its overflow. The forebay is where stormwater temporarily pools so that suspended sediments fall to the bottom. Reused concrete and salvaged stone are also used at the bioretention area overflow, where excess stormwater enters a device that connects Womrath Park’s green infrastructure system back to the city’s traditional combined sewer.