The Concrete Council

Puget Sound Concrete Specification Council

Puget Sound Concrete Specification Council

Here are some projects we have helped design and construct

Concrete pavements are more cost-effective than ever, and Pervious Concrete is rapidly becoming the preferred stormwater management tool in the Puget Sound region.  Here are a few pictures of some of the more interesting projects the Council has helped bring to fruition.  Projects shown in these pictures have been completed in the past five years.  The Concrete Council has been involved with all of these projects, and more, from project inception through design, specification and construction.  We have helped owners, engineers, architects, contractors, inspectors and suppliers create high quality, attractive, and long lasting concrete pavements.
The projects shown in these pictures are conventional concrete pavements constructed in the last 5 years in use today in the Puget Sound region.  Click to enlarge, and contact us if you have questions about the designs, details, specifications or other aspects of these interesting projects.

This video clip illustrates the amazing capacity of pervious concrete to allow rainwater to pass and infiltrate into the soil beneath as it did before the area was developed and paved.  The pervious concrete surface effectively prevents not only the stormwater from running off into streams and Puget Sound, it also prevents the pollution stormwater typically carries from being carried to the Sound as well.  Click the picture to play the video.  You can also see the video here.
The following pictures show pervious concrete projects that have been completed in the past 5 years in a range of applications carrying loads from cars and foot traffic to loaded trucks and fire fighting equipment.  Not only are pervious concrete surfaces good for the environment, they are also high quality concrete pavements that can and should be expected to last 30 years or more with no more maintenance than occasional sweeping or vacuuming.  Contact us with your questions about design, details, specifications, construction, specifications or other information about these local projects.

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