Permeable Pavers

Permeable pavers let the water flow through the surface.

Definitions of Permeable Surface

ICPI is the interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute

PICP is Permeable interlocking concrete pavements

BMP Best management practices

LEED leadership in Energy and Environmental Design

PICP is recognized by federal and state storm water transportation agencies as a BMP and low impact development to reduce runoff and water pollution.

Permable paver patio with raised firepit.

Installing permable pavers at our shop over different layers of granite.

Benefits of using PICP

  • Reduce water runoff. Up to 100% surface runoff reduction, up to 100% infiltration depending on design and soil infiltration
  • Reduction of impervious cover
  • Increased recharge of groundwater
  • Eliminates puddles on parking lots walkways and entrances
  • Durable, high-strength units resist freeze thaw, heaving and degradation from deicing
  • PICP earns points under several LEED credit
  • There are lots of information on ICPI website on PICP and how they can work on your property to go green, recharge your water run off earn LEED credits and lower the chance of water pooling in your yard or driveway.

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