Project Profile:

Long Lake Boat Ramp

Project Summary

The project is part of a Lake and Pond Demonstration Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation to improve water quality through demonstration BMPs.

Address

Goldsmith Street, Littleton, MA

Install Size

Approx. 200 m2 (2100 sq ft)

Designer

Steven P. Roy, GeoSyntec Consultants, Inc.

Contractor

N.A.

Project Gallery

Gravel Paving Mats were installed in the boat ramp area at Long Lake Boat Ramp, Littleton, Massachusetts, using Gravelpave2.
Exposed Gravelpave2 meets the permeable concrete pavers.
Aggregate Paver was installed in the boat ramp area at Long Lake Boat Ramp, Littleton, Massachusetts, using Gravelpave2.
A worker makes final adjustments to the Gravelpave2 before raking in the gravel.
Permeable Parking was installed in the boat ramp at Long Lake Boat Ramp, Littleton, Massachusetts, using Gravelpave2.
The completed boat ramp with Gravelpave2 (right) adjacent to concrete pavers (left).
Porous Pavement was installed in the boat ramp area at Long Lake Boat Ramp, Littleton, Massachusetts, using Gravelpave2.
A sign informs visitors of the enviornmental and stormwater benefits of Gravelpave2, permeable brick pavers, and the other bmps employed on site.
Pervious Pavers were installed in the boat ramp area at Long Lake Boat Ramp, Littleton, Massachusetts, using Gravelpave2.
Another water quality implementation on site is this vegetated swale with erosion control walls.