Pervious Concrete, Inc.

Michael Bledsoe (President)
206-940-8900 (Mobile)
425-308-5555 (Office)
206-525-2800 (Fax)
mbledsoe@perviouscrete.com

Craig Morrison (Founder)
425-359-1000 (Mobile)
425-308-5555 (Office)
360-668-6161 (Fax)
cmorrison@perviouscrete.com

Pervious Concrete, Inc.
P.O. Box 1579
Snohomish,
WA 98291-1579

Resources

Environmental Resources

CoolCommunities.org
Cool Communities, a nonprofit program aimed at improving air and water quality and conserving energy by promoting the use of lighter, reflective paving and roofing materials.

EPA.gov
EPA's Best Management Practices (BMP) for builders and developers concerned with stormwater runoff and its impact on the environment.

EPA.gov
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Office of Wetlands, Oceans, & Watersheds

EPA.gov
EPA's Phase II stormwater management program for cities and counties (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System)

CWP.org
Center for Watershed Protection

GoingGreenattheBeach.com
Visit Going Green at the Beach to follow progress on our exciting new green showcase project.

Going Green at the Beach

Additional Resources

Axim Concrete
AXIM Italcementi Group produces admixtures, grinding aids and other specialized chemicals to enhance the performance of concrete and improve cement production efficiency.

WashingtonConcrete.org
The Washington Aggregates & Concrete Association (WACA) is a non profit industry trade association representing sand, gravel, quarry rock, cement, ready mix concrete, related businesses and suppliers in Washington State.

ACI.org 
ACI (American Concrete Institute) is a technical and educational society with almost 16,000 members in 115 countries and 97 chapters in 32 countries.

Concrete.org
ACI (American Concrete Institute) Advancing Concrete Knowledge

NRMCA.org
NRMCA (National Ready Mixed Concrete Association) supports continued expansion and improvement of the ready mixed concrete industry through leadership, advocacy, professional development, promotion and partnering.

ConcreteParking.org
Concrete has stood the test of time better than any other leading building material. While its strengths are legendary, environmental concerns and new technologies make concrete an even smarter choice.