Results for Permeable Pavers Project Profiles
This project was a City Redevelopment Association (CRA) waterfront redevelopment site in the City of Riviera Beach, Florida. The engineering firm of Calvin Giordano had to develop a design that would meet South Florida Water Management Districts permitting requirements covering current and future water Quality and Quantity standards.
Concrete unit pavers were used throughout the Sea Scout Base Galveston site to connect the multiple outdoor use spaces and provide a functional yet beautiful underlying floor of high end finishes and textures. With a focus on environmental stewardship, the site landscape was designed to harvest and re-use rain water. Parking for fifty cars and associated driveways are executed with permeable pavers, allowing rainwater to be collected via below-grade storage, and rain collection gardens showcase water purification and natural systems at the main entrance and bus drop.
The permeable paver design was required to meet the impervious cover limitations and water quality requirements at Post Oak Community. The Pavestone Eco-Venetian was selected as the 4-piece combo provides a striking visual interest to the pavement. The designer, Watts & Browning Engineers out of Marietta, Georgia, was also able to manage storm drainage and provide stormwater detention with the benefit of an aesthetic that matches the design of the new homes while complimenting the surrounding existing homes. The warmth of the Chattanooga Sandstone color includes the earth tones of bu
Set back only 90 feet from Lake Winnebago, this home must comply with DNR regulations requiring permeable surfaces on paved areas of waterfront properties. They looked for a contractor with experience installing permeable pavers.
Three sizes of permeable pavers were used in a 75%/25% mix of a blended buff and solid cream color. Combining the two different colors on site required careful consideration of placement to create a harmonious, uniform effect.
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