INTEGRATED RAINWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN
The UBC Okanagan Integrated Rainwater Management Plan has been developed to responsibly manage the rainwater that falls on campus.
Endorsed by UBC Okanagan’s Senior Executive in 2017, the Integrated Rainwater Management Plan (IRMP) was developed in response to a key recommendation of the UBC Okanagan Whole Systems Infrastructure Plan (WSIP, 2016), which recommended an update to the 2011 Stormwater Master Plan to reflect the UBC Campus Plan (2015). The resulting IRMP was designed to responsibly manage the rainwater that falls on campus and to sustainably accommodate the future growth of the campus in a way that respects natural hydrological processes, protects existing environmental values, and manages risk.
The IRMP provides a technical guide for 100% rainwater management on campus including:
- site control and retention storage
- peak flows and volumes for development sites
- planning for future climate impacts
- co-benefits to campus ecology and biodiversity
A copy of the Integrated Rainwater Management Plan Parts 1 through 5 are available below:
- Part 1: Integrated Rainwater Management Plan
- Part 2: Maintenance Manual
- Part 3: Interim Reports
- Part 4: Geotechnical Investigations and Soils Domain Map
- Part 5: Public Consultation Summary Reports
For further information or guidance on the IRMP’s use and implementation, please contact Leanne Bilodeau, Associate Director, Sustainability Operations, Campus Planning & Development.