Case studies

Choosing Solutions for Stormwater Management in a Luxury Setting

The selection of interlocking and permeable pavements for a high-end waterfront property in a densely-populated urban area result in a distinctive look that not only meets all design requirements, but also reduces winter maintenance and life-cycle costs.

 

Incorporating Design Standards in Paving Solutions for Outdoor Spaces

The United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has offices around the country, but the location in Arlington, VA, near the nation’s capital, features the DEA’s museum and Visitors Center. The project incorporates a very specific color palette to enhance the appeal of the DEA Museum and the surrounding outdoor space. The design features a pattern requiring multiple paver lengths, so color matching and consistency was essential to its success.

 

How a Canadian Gas Station Decreased Storm Water Pollution and Increased Efficiency

Gas stations have a unique set of needs. Even the most durable products are put to the test under the weight of fuel tankers and frequent vehicle traffic. Add to that the need to be able to withstand heavy rain, snow and ice and viable products become a very short list.  

Learn how mechanically-interlocking pavers, combined with patented installation equipment delivers the greatest value.

 

 

Designing for Stormwater Runoff in a Successful Outdoor Event Space

A local brewery seeks to increase their revenue generating space, but only has an old industrial alleyway to work with. Read about how the use of permeable pavements to create a beautiful and practical space to increase curb appeal and revenue generation is possible, all while meeting the requirements of the EPA’s Clean Water Act (CWA).

 

How a High-Traffic Tourist Attraction Site Achieved Weather-Resilient Paving Solutions

La Grande Roue de Montréal is the tallest Ferris wheel in Canada, standing as high as a 20-story building. The popular attraction is a tourist hotspot and offers the already-charming city of Montreal serious travel appeal. Valuable tourism dollars are at stake when considering the best pavement options to optimize both initial and life-cycle costs.

 

Customized Exterior Design for the Heart of the City of Montreal

An 80,000 square foot public space located in downtown Montreal is shared by the Tour Deloitte, a high-rise commercial tower, Windsor Station, a National Historic Site of Canada, and the Bell Centre, home of the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens. The pavement features custom color and engraving solutions to cement a national landmark.

 

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