Pervious pavement in use from Nevada to Wisconsin

CityofReno | November 23, 2010 | Reno’s Public Works Department secured grants to build a pervious concrete parking lot at the McKinley Arts and Culture Center. Q & D Construction completed the demonstration project, which is among the first uses of pervious concrete in this area. The concrete allows stormwater to seep through to add to the City’s groundwater. The project is the final phase of a project to help cut down on pollutants to the Truckee River. Last summer staff completed a rain garden and other LID or low impact development changes to the art and culture center.
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