Our case studies show how GraniteCrete™ helped these projects achieve sustainability and lasting beauty in landscape projects from small home projects to municipal installations. Because GraniteCrete is a permeable pavement solutions, it can help with water runoff issues and assist with obtaining C3 compliance. Many municipalities in California prefer permeable paving materials as these materials add to urbanization while maintaining a green mindset. Our representatives are here to help you plan how GraniteCrete™ works for you.
- McClellan Ranch: Preserving Nature and History - Located in the Monta Vista neighborhood of Cupertino, the McClellan Ranch Preserve is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and reconnect with… Read More
- Wyandotte Park: A Little Slice of Heaven - Located in the Rengstorff area of Mountain View, Wyandotte Park is nestled in a tiny lot between industrial business and homes. Taking up 0.9 acres, the park provides neighboring residents… Read More
- Golden Gate Park’s Pawsome Update - In San Francisco, Golden Gate Park is a true treasure and oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of the city. Visited by 24 million people each year, it stretches over 1,000 acres… Read More
- UCSC Chooses Sustainability - At the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC,) the Coastal Science Campus covers 100 acres, and encompasses several buildings that play significant roles in the university’s Coastal Sustainability Initiative. GraniteCrete paving… Read More