Invisible Structures

Pioneering Stormwater Solutions

A Heritage of Excellence

Invisible Structures is the leader in porous paving and stormwater management solutions. We provide the finest in grass porous paving, gravel porous paving, underground stormwater storage, erosion control, drainage, and access mats.

Our Products


Porous Grass Paver


Porous Gravel Paver


Underground Water Storage System


Erosion Control System


Geocomposite Drainage Layer


Portable Access Mat

Our Commitment to Sustainability

Invisible Structures has been committed to sustainable product development for
more than twenty years, with a portfolio of products which not only protect the environment,
but actually enhance it.

  • Made from 100% recycled content
  • Member of USGBC
  • LEED™ points certified
  • Mitigate urban heat island effect
  • Remove pollutants from rain water runoff
  • Preserve old growth trees and vegetation

Commercial & Residential Solutions

Combine all our products or use them separately for stormwater treatment, sustainable development, economic savings, or for purely aesthetic reasons.

Porous Paving

A better way to pave.
Replace heat retaining concrete
pavers with an aesthetically
superior solution.

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Storm Water Management

Helping you whether the Storm.
Leverage our integrated products
to drain water from the surface,
store it, and reuse it.

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Paving the way.
Beaches, grass surfaces and
walkways become smooth and
stable surfaces with ISI products.

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Green Building

Sustainable solutions.
The addition of Invisible Structures
products to a project can provide
multiple benefits of the environment.

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Not Sure Where To Start?

Invisible Structures offers a wide variety of resources to help you plan, build, and maintain our products.

From Our Blog

Erosion Control Study Olmsted Woods

Erosion Control Study Olmsted Woods

The Olmsted Woods provide a great history and an enchanting entrance to the Washington National Cathedral. The woods occupy 5 of the 57-acres of the Cathedral grounds and are the last vestige of an extensive oak and beech forest on Mount St. Alban, in Washington, DC....

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Gravel Driveways

The Benefits and Drawbacks of Gravel Driveways

Gravel Driveway Design When designing the landscaping of a home, one component to consider is the driveway. In non-master-community developments, estates and rural areas, a homeowner is often responsible for the design of the driveway. There are many options to choose...

What is Urban Resilience?

What is Urban Resilience?

What is Urban Resilience? Growing populations and an increase of natural disasters is increasing the strain on urban areas across the country. From these concerns comes the movement towards Urban Resilience. Urban Resilience is the idea that cities can be built or...