A Tampa, Fla., stormwater pump station designed to alleviate neighborhood flooding has been disguised as a house. The fake home will come complete with driveways and porches in the front and back, landscaping, a fence, and even a chimney. The 111-m2 (1200-ft2) “home” will have a bathroom and rooms for electrical equipment and a generator. Insulation will also help keep the pump station quiet.
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