Project owner, LDS Church, has specified and used fiber reinforcement as an alternate temperature/shrinkage reinforcement in meeting house slabs and temple floors for many years. Based on that experience, LDS also desired to add toughness and durability to a new pervious concrete parking lot project at their facility on the Arizona State University PolyTechnic campus, in Mesa, AZ. The project involved over 100,000 sq. ft. of parking spaces and driving lanes placed over 10 inches of water retention and recharge bed material. In total, over 1,850 cu. yds. of pervious concrete was placed.
- Adequate storm-water site management
- Added strength and increased durability
- Reduced temperature/shrinkage cracking