Cellular Pavers and Ground Reinforcement
A simple concept which offers huge potential. Plastic grids and panels designed to be filled with gravel, shingle or grass, which then becomes capable of carrying vehicles of all sizes. Driveways, golf courses, temporary parking, even freight yards and municipal car parks are all possible, but careful and considered construction is required.
Cellular Grass and Gravel Ground Reinforcement Systems
Cellular paving is a rapidly expanding sector of the British and Irish paving market, as it is meeting a demand to provide a permeable, traffickable surface at a relatively low cost and with simple, low-skill installation techniques. It is also known, in some quarters, as "Matrix Paving" or "Geo-matrices".
Permeable Grass Surfacing - Case Study
A case study following the construction and use of a permeable recycled plastic ground reinforcement system as a surfacing for a residential parking and amenity area in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Reinforced Grass Paving
Numerous techniques allow grass to be incorporated into a pavement to provide 'the best of both worlds', ie, the appearance of grass but the load bearing capability of a well-constructed pavement or driveway. This page looks at the more popular methods.