NDS acquisition expands its single-source, scalable system for onsite stormwater management
NDS, a leading provider of stormwater management solutions for both residential and commercial applications and subsidiary of NORMA Group SE, a global market leader in joining and fluid handling technology, today announced the acquisition of HydroLogic Solutions to expand its growing Commercial Stormwater Solution offering. The acquisition adds a range of stormwater chamber and related products that now allow NDS to manage 6.4 cubic feet to 166 cubic feet of stormwater for a variety of residential and commercial applications. HydroLogic Solutions goes to market using the brand name StormChamber™. In 2017, the company generated sales of around USD 1.5 million.
“The acquisition of HydroLogic Solutions is a great addition to our already extensive line of superior quality stormwater products that are easy to install, easy to specify and deliver high performance results,” said Mike Gummeson, NDS President. “This adds to our growing line of stormwater solutions and gives contractors, specifiers, landscape architects and civil engineers even more options and greater flexibility in planning and installing their stormwater solutions.”
HydroLogic Solutions has been manufacturing high quality chamber solutions since 1998. They have advantages in that they are stackable, made of high strength materials, meet ASTM industry standards, exceed the AASHTO H-20 load rating standard by 4 times and do not require an isolator row which is an industry first.
The products function in both permeable and non-permeable soils for subsurface retention, detention, conveyance and reuse and for a water quality BMP. StormChamber™ systems manage a large range of chamber solutions ranging from 6.4 cubic feet to 166 cubic feet. The systems are highly cost-effective, less expensive, quicker and easier to maintain than other types of underground storm water management systems. StormChamber™ maximizes storage volume in limited footprints due to their ability to be stacked in up to four layers.