Make an informed choice when choosing the material for your next parking lot project

Consider the benefits and value that concrete can bring to your parking lot

New construction or improving an existing lot, you have choices

Concrete Parking Applications

Conventional Concrete Parking

Conventional Concrete

If you're interested in combining sustainability and long lasting beauty into your parking lot project, your choice should be concrete.

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Pervious Concrete  Driveway

Pervious Concrete

Pervious concrete is a no-fines concrete mix which is intended for use as an open-graded drainage material. The elimination of fine aggregate creates a fairly large void structure  between the coarse aggregate particles, resulting in a concrete mix that is permeable to water. A typical pervious concrete mix will have a void content of 15 to 35 percent. The compressive strength for pervious concrete can range anywhere from 500 to 3000 psi.

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Roller Compacted Concrete

Roller Compacted Concrete

RCC got its start in the logging industry in the 1970s when the industry was looking for a paving material that could withstand massive loads and specialized equipment – but still be constructed quickly and economically. Since then, the uses for RCC have expanded greatly, and can be considered for any project where strength and durability are a concern.

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RCC Concrete Overlay

Concrete Overlays

A deteriorated asphalt parking lot or street that is full of potholes looks bad, represents a safety hazard, could causes damages to vehicles that use it. It can be "repaired" by filling in those potholes but how long will the repair last? Doesn't it make sense to consider a more permanent repair? Why not consider a concrete overlay?

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