How pervious concrete can improve stormwater drainage around a home under construction
Are you building a house in the city limits of Bellingham? It wouldn’t surprise us in the least if the City of Bellingham has told you that you need to install pervious concrete on your property. This has been happening more and more lately.
Feature project: Building a traffic circle in Sedro-Woolley
As of 2015, Washington state was home to roughly 307 roundabouts. For almost every Washingtonian, they’ve become a familiar part of our daily travel routine.
Feature project: Building a pervious driveway in Bellingham
We’ve been doing a lot of work lately to make our pervious concrete processes even better, and we were excited to get to show it off on a recent job.
Feature Project: Connecting neighborhoods in Bellingham, WA
Another fun, community-building project is in the books! Custom Concrete Contracting recently completed a pervious concrete contracting job for the City of Bellingham’s Public Works Department. Two neighborhoods up on the hill in the Barkley area in Bellingham needed to be connected via sidewalk, and we (of course!) were the right company for the job.