Goody Goody Liquor is located in a flood plain below White Rock Lake, making Grasscrete an ideal pervious product to help with storm water management. Their need for an emergency vehicle access area as well as parking stalls was solved with the Grasscrete Stone Filled System. Bomanite Licensee, Texas Bomanite, worked with Goody Goody to implement a city regulation that a percent of the site paving was required to be pervious due to the nature of the flood zones.
Grasscrete Stone Filled applications offer maximum percolation rates and a low maintenance option that is both functional and environmentally friendly. Stone filled systems are capable of draining at rates of up to 480 inches per hour with 100% retention of water possible with correct design.
In designing the parking area, some of the stalls were concreted and some of them done with the pervious Grasscrete system. The Grasscrete molded pulp former was used to form the lot, concrete was poured, voids were removed and stone aggregate was filled in the voids to allow for additional drainage. Parking stall lines were added to delineate spaces. Goody Goody wanted the solid walkway added for ADA to be able to push a shopping cart across the parking lot easily if needed. The solid walkway also allows for ease of a smooth transportation of people from the store to an emergency ambulance vehicle.
Morrison & Associates Engineering
Nick Glazbrook Architect
The Munir Group Commerical Construction
Bomanite Pervious Concrete Systems - Stone Filled Grasscrete