Pervious concrete is the ideal choice to meet today’s challenging water runoff problems and focus on sustainable design. Pervious concrete’s ability to percolate water allows designers to minimize or remove retention ponds. Pervious also allows designers to maximize the building footprint in areas that have a maximum impervious to pervious ratio.
Check out the video below of pervious concrete in action. This video features 1500 gallons of water being poured out in 5 minutes and is the equivalent of a 43 inch rain event with no runoff.
Pervious Contractor Certification
GRMCA is the local sponsoring group for the NRMCA Pervious Concrete Contractor Certification Program in Georgia. More and more, jobs calling for pervious concrete require the contractor on site to be certified according to the NRMCA program. GRMCA can help you get there.
Please check out our pervious certification site, perviouscertifications.com, to learn about how the program works. Feel free to contact GRMCA with any additional questions you may have.