Pervious concrete studies released

The RMC Research & Education Foundation released three pervious concrete studies.

The reports, researched and prepared by the Stormwater Management Academy at the University of Central Florida, are “Construction and Maintenance Assessment of Pervious Concrete,” “Hydraulic Performance Assessment of Pervious Concrete Pavements for Stormwater Management Credit,” and “Compressive Strength of Pervious Concrete Pavements.” Funding for these studies was provided by the RMC Research Foundation, the Florida State Department of Transportation, and Rinker Materials.

“The use of pervious concrete is rapidly spreading around the country as sustainable development considerations and better storm-water management practices play increasingly larger roles in pavement selection,” said foundation chair Dominique Calabrese in a press release.

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