Category: Architectural – Commercial Paving

Aerotropolis – the future of Sydney’s Paving

Landscape Architects should be aware of the Sydney new Aerotropolis development. What’s not so well known is the amazing ‘green corridors’ planned, as part of the urban greening drive by the NSW Governments “5 Million trees” project. Here’s a summary of how water smart urban planning and development will use technologies like porous paving in the future.

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StoneSet- sustainable Solutions for the Built Environment

The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) was established in 2002 as the country’s authority on sustainable buildings, communities and cities. The organisation’s vision is to “create healthy, resilient and positive places for people and the natural environment.” In 2003, the GBCA launched the Green Star – a national, voluntary system for rating sustainable solutions in design and construction.

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Your Commercial Clients Will Approve Of Investing In StoneSet

Commercial clients are way more concerned with the future than private individuals. They often have shareholders and supervisors to answer to, and they may have to report to governing bodies months after the project is complete. They are more concerned about what they will have to do down the road than with the initial investment. Fortunately, StoneSet can help your commercial clients meet their long-term goals.

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Shopping Centres Deserve Beautiful and Safe Paths and Parking Lots

Shopping centers are always highly concentrated areas of activity and heavy foot traffic. With all the hustle and bustle, commercial centers are too often places for slips and falls. Porous pavement can prevent these accidents, protect the environment, and create visually stunning paths that shoppers will appreciate.

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