Stormwater Pump Systems – San Diego

storm water pump systems


Stormwater pump systems are necessary in providing the ability to control a range of environmental and health hazards that result from major rainstorms. These events can cause massive soil erosion and potential sewage backups requiring the need for large, reliable pumping systems capable of handling large volumes of water. Reliability is the main parameter when considering a stormwater pump system. A good stormwater detention system can help significantly reduce environmental damage as well as potential legal liability for all parties involved.

Because floodwater often contains solids and large amounts of fibrous materials, like branches, leaves, weeds, trash, and dirt storm water pumps are faced with tough requirements. Debris and sediment must not get caught in the pumps.



Pump System Challenges


  • Stormwater often contains solids and large amounts of fibrous material
  • Large inflows occur within a short period of time
  • Operates for shorter periods over the year but when needed demands high operational reliability
  • Good trash racks are a must


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Los Angeles, CA – Upgrades to existing groundwater and storm water collection systems including holding and pump chamber installations.

Scenarios That Might Require A Storm Water Pump System


  • Empty a Detention Pond
  • Stormwater Management
  • Pump Stormwater Runoff
  • Pump Oily Water
  • Flood Control Pumping
  • Stormwater Collection
  • Industrial Runoff Pumping
  • Pump to a Retention Pond
  • Storm Drain Pumping
  • Pump to Discharge



Groundforce. Our experienced and technical crew has worked on a wide range of large-scale Residential, Commercial, and Government drainage system designs and projects servicing  San Diego, Riverside County, Orange County, Los Angeles and most of Southern California.


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1220 Presioca St.
Spring Valley, CA 91977

Phone: 888-290-6574

Fax: 858-560-8960