When one thinks of stormwater runoff and drainage issues, concrete rarely comes to mind...until now.
Go Green. Pervious Concrete can contribute to LEED credits for decreasing impervious surfaces on site, reducing the quantity and increasing the quality of stormwater runoff.
Pervious Concrete, an economical choice. Eliminating costly and unsightly retention/detention ponds, piping, skimmers and pumps
Sustainable Building. Project award presented to Carroll Concrete by: NNECPA –Northern New England Concrete Promotion Association "Excellence in Concrete–Pervious Concrete".
Pervious concrete turns a typically impervious paved surface into a pervious surface allowing water to drain directly through it.
The Future is Now, Just Add Water. Construction sites are being covered by paved surfaces and roofs as urban sprawl continues to dominate the landscape. The result is that our aquifers are dying of thirst.