Pave. Store. Protect.
Innovative Stormwater Solutions Since 1982
- The strongest porous pavers available
- Over 15,940 psi compression strength
- Exceeds H25 loading
- Performs in severe weather events
- Most rapid drainage available
- Fastest and easiest to install
- The best customer service
- Over 100 million sq ft installed
- America’s favorite paver since 1982
For a green porous paving solution, trust Grasspave2 – the industry’s leader since 1982. Designed by a Landscape Architect, Grasspave2 comes in easy-to-install rolls. It’s flexible, lightweight, durable and provides design versatility to any project.
Created by a Landscape Architect, Gravelpave2 has been the designers trusted choice for low maintenance porous paving since 1991. With a remarkable compressive strength, 5 times that of concrete, (15,940 psi) Gravelpave2 can support the weight of virtually any vehicle.
Rainstore3 is a modular, stackable, underground water containment system. Designed by a Landscape Architect for both subsurface detention basins and retention/harvesting systems in 1999, Rainstore3 has since been used in a myriad of other applications such as water/rain gardens, green roofs and sports field drainage.
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 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.
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From Our Blog
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