Project Profile:

Wallace Residence

Project Summary

This porous driveway allows for severe flooding during hurricane season. Approximately three feet of water was later on this drive with no displacement of the drive. Installation of the GV2 mats involved anchoring them to the base course, then the uniform stone fill was tumbled with cement before placing the mixture into the mats. The surface was sprinkled with water, then covered for 48 hours to allow the cement to to dry like concrete, thus adhering the stones together, but still providing porosity.

Address

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Install Size

100 m2 (1076 sq ft)

Designer

Chere Peterson, Petrus UTR, Savannah, GA

Contractor

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Project Gallery

A Permeable-Erosion-Control System was installed in this driveway to prevent severe flooding during hurricane season using Gravelpave2.
This is the photo shows the ease of using this surface for wheelchair access. Peggy Flobeck is a designer consultant for equal access architecture.
Pervious pavers were installed in this driveway to prevent severe flooding during hurricane season using Gravelpave2.
View of entire Gravelpave2 driveway at the back of the Wallace Residence.