Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Permeable Interlocking Concrete Pavements - Greater St. Louis Area

See below for photos and videos from completed projects as well those taken during the construction process.

Aqua-Bric Permeable Pavers
UNI Eco-Stone Permeable Pavers

National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (NGRREC)

Alton, IL - South of the Melvin Price Dam

Video - Access Road Mechanical Paver Installation


US Army Corps of Engineers

Rivers Project Office / Migratory Bird Sanctuary (West Alton, MO)
Aqua-Bric Pavers - Riverlands Blend (modified from Timberwood Blend)

Aqua-Bric - New Town Blend

Permeable Paver Alley Pilot Project (Compton Heights near Geyer Avenue)

City of Saint Louis Board of Public Service - Terra Cotta Blend Aqua-Bric Pavers

Aqua-Bric - Forest Park Blend

Ranken Jordan (Maryland Heights, MO)

Aqua-Bric Pavers in Limestone and Timberwood Tan Colors

University City Parking Lot - AquaBric (Timberwood Blend)

Aqua-Bric - Turnberry Blend
Aqua-Bric - Autumn Hickory Blend
Aqua-Bric - Turnberry Blend

Aqua-Bric (Parking Lot) - Autumn Hickory Blend

Navastone Roman Cobble (Sidewalk) - Autumn Brown and Buff

UNI Eco-Stone - Bethany Ledge and Terra Cotta Blends

Aqua-Bric and UNI Eco-Stone - Limestone and Timberwood Blend

UNI Eco-Stone Drive Lanes with Aqua-Bric Parking Areas (2008 Office Expansion)

UNI Eco-Stone Pavers (original installation in 2004)

Please contact David Mudd at 314-291-3200 with any questions or for additional information on the concrete pavers available from Midwest Products Group.


  1. I have always loved the look of interlocking pavers like these. They even inspired me to get similar pavers for my own yard. It really adds that special look I had been looking for

  2. How does permeable pavement compare to impermeable pavement? I've heard that 1 square yard of permeable pavement will produce 5.6 gallons of stormwater runoff following a 1 inch rainfall. How does this compare to permeable pavement? Will your permeable pavement really cut down on flooding? I'd love to see any studies or experiments you may have comparing these products side by side.



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David Mudd is a Hardscape Sales Engineer at Midwest Block & Brick, a Midwest Products Group company. Please visit www.midwestblock.com for more information about the products and services that make Midwest your masonry and hardscape resource.