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UCSD Utilizes Grasscrete and Mulch Emergency Vehicle Access

Meadow of sedges and grasses at UCSD Rita Atkinson Residences Partially Concealed with Mulch Added.

During the fall of its 50th anniversary, UCSD had the debut of an exceptional emergency vehicle access installation adjacent to the newly constructed Rita Atkinson Residences.  University of California San Diego has long touted itself as a living laboratory for promoting sustainability, and this pervious concrete Grasscrete Concealed Systems project aligns perfectly with that objective.  The landscape esthetic and ambiance are enhanced by this concealed concrete, which, installed in 2010, has easily stood the test of time.  The concrete is … Read more

Sprouts Farmers Market Opens with a Void Concrete Grasscrete System

Sprouts Farmers Market in Denton Texas is LEED compliant with a parking lot using Grasscrete Stone Filled Pervious Concrete installed by Texas Bomanite.

The Sprouts Farmers Market Store located in Denton,Texas, incorporated a void structured Grasscrete parking lot into their build and design. The company needed a pervious pavement system that could control storm water drainage, stand up to emergency vehicles as well as offer a standard parking lot with delineated parking stalls. Working with the local Grasscrete Installer, Texas Bomanite, and the engineer, Winklemann & Associates, Inc. the parking lot was designed and installation of 14,775 square feet began with the layout of … Read more

Hyundai Motor America Seeks LEED Gold Certification

Hyundai 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. Gensler designed a two-story high entrance, which leads to an open-to-the sky public courtyard in the building’s center. A showroom of Hyundai vehicles is visible from the freeway side of the new … Read more

Wooster Elementary School

  Wooster Elementary School in the Greenbrier School District is a shining example of sustainability. It is the recycling center for the community and a learning environment for its students and parents on green building. As the first school in Arkansas to achieve a LEED® for Schools Silver certification, Wooster educates while enjoying lower operating costs through energy efficiency. Seeking LEED certification, Jackson Brown King Architects designed learning spaces with cutting-edge technology to lower energy costs. A combination of imprinted … Read more