Join the association for the segmental concrete pavement industry. ICPI is your resource for emerging trends, technology and education. As the voice of the industry, we work to promote and keep you informed on the industry interests.
The Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute and California paver producers invite you to attend a free, full-day training on Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavement (PICP). Instructional materials and lunch are included.
Permeable interlocking concrete pavement (PICP) is a durable cost-effective solution for compliance to national, state/provincial and municipal stormwater regulations. PICP can reduce runoff and pollutants from walkways, patios, driveways, parking lots, alleys, parking lanes, and low volume streets. The surface consists of solid concrete pavers with small, stone-filled joints that allow water to flow into highly permeable, open-graded bedding, base, and subbase aggregates. The spaces among the aggregates store water and enable infiltration into the soil subgrade rather than generating surface runoff. The paver joints provide 100% surface permeability.
It Takes a Village to Raise Sustainable Design
As density rises in Vancouver, the quality of the streets and other public spaces—the city’s living rooms—must be top quality. Vancouver’s Olympic Village continues this trend and raises the bar with sustainable design features.
Many physical and social systems define a sustainable village; e.g., transportation networks and modes, public spaces, urban services, schools, housing and parking, recreation and commercial places. As host of the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, created an innovative urban... READ MORE
Through ICPI certification and designation programs, you join thousands of installers who are committed to advancing the segmental concrete pavement industry through education, industry guidelines and greater efficiency.