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Welcome to Sustainable Paving Systems

Our sustainability objectives revolve around reducing waste and saving energy through offering quality long-lasting products and utilizing the latest low-emitting green-friendly technologies.

Sustainable Paving Systems, LLC is a member of the United States Green Build Council (USGBC) and promotes sustainable concrete systems to minimize the industry’s impact on the environment.

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Blending architecture and landscape is sometimes a complicated task when functionality, aesthetic appeal and eco-friendly criterion need to be considered. Sustainable Paving Systems provides a variety of landscape solutions that meet the requirements of sustainable design.

The selection of Grasscrete is one of the easiest ways to achieve LEED® points due to the reduction in heat island effect, management of storm water runoff, recycled content used in the application process as well as the concrete and sub-base, the long lifespan and the low maintenance required.

The Grasscrete Molded Pulp Former System is a cast-in-place, monolithic, continuously reinforced, void structured concrete pavement that provides superior structural integrity and performance. Common applications include; sustained access, fire and emergency access, daily parking, roadways, medians, overflow parking, pedestrian access and water management.

RECENT NEWS

Grasscrete SPS BoothGrasscrete chosen as one of the Best Sustainable Building Products of GreenBuild. More »

FEATURED PROJECT

SPS Grasscrete at Hyundai HeadquartersHyundai Motor America recently completed building their new U.S. Headquarters in Fountain Valley, California. Designed by one of the most well known firms, Gensler, the building design is described as sleek and modern, yet classic, and built on a structural pedestal foundation with floating translucent glass floors above. More »

GRASSCRETE SYSTEMS

SPS Grasscrete in St. Mikes SchoolContinuously reinforced, ready mixed concrete that has a defined pattern of voids (achieved through the use of a disposable form) that once removed and replaced with stone or vegetation allows water to pass through the concrete. You decide how to fill the voids for your project needs. There are four systems to choose from. More »