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.
With its ribbon cutting held on August 18th, 2017, Holloway Street is one of the first of eight projects completed as part of SFPUC’s Sewer System Improvement Program. Eight blocks of Holloway Street’s public-right-of-way have been rebuilt with pervious concrete parking lanes and rain gardens that will manage nearly 1 million gallons of stormwater annually. This is also the first application in Northern California of pervious concrete in the public-right-of-way. During the walking tour, Mike will discuss the goals of the project, design details and lessons learned.
This tour will go rain or shine, because if it rains we will get to see the green infrastructure system in action! Don't forget to bring a water bottle to create your own pervious concrete demonstrations!
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