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You're Invited to the Holloway St Walking Tour - Nov 2nd

You're Invited to the Holloway St Walking Tour - Nov 2nd

Need a good reason to get out of the office? Want to learn more about green infrastructure and pervious concrete? Join the ASCE Sustainability Committee on November 2nd, 12:00-1:30pm, for a guided walking tour of the Holloway Green Street project, led by Mike Adamow of SFPUC. Register on Eventbrite.

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Residents Wowed By Pervious Concrete on San Francisco's Holloway Green Street

Residents Wowed By Pervious Concrete on San Francisco's Holloway Green Street

Recently the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) and project stakeholders celebrated the completion of the Holloway Green Street at its ribbon cutting ceremony. David Liguori, Bay Area Pervious Concrete's President, joined the celebration and even was invited to hold the ribbon for cutting. Watch videos of the ceremony and pervious concrete demonstration and be wowed along with the rest of the attendees.

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Ribbon Cutting Party on Holloway St Project with Pervious Concrete Demonstrations

Ribbon Cutting Party on Holloway St Project with Pervious Concrete Demonstrations

We are delighted to share that the Holloway Green Street construction phase has completed and we’d like you to come celebrate! SFPUC is throwing a ribbon cutting and block party this Friday, the 18th! They will be performing demonstrations of the permeable pavement and rain gardens so you can see how it works managing stormwater onsite. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Holloway Green Street - Pervious Concrete Installation

Holloway Green Street - Pervious Concrete Installation

We have finally begun to install the pervious concrete on the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Holloway Green Street Project! The project involves eight blocks of new streetscape along Holloway Street. The green street improvements include both permeable pavement and rain gardens to manage stormwater through local infiltration. One of the reasons this is such an exciting project is it's the first use of pervious concrete in a public right-of-way in San Francisco. 

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