There’s a lot to learn about Flexi-Pave and it’s diverse benefits and applications. We have taken the time to find and post news articles, studies, client write-ups, and other articles discussing our products and related issues. These informative news items will help you come up to speed not only on the Flexi-Pave products, but the practical construction and environmental challenges that these products were created to solve.

Six Weeks In, Monty Hoffman Says The Wharf Is Beating Expectations

“Six weeks after the grand opening of The Wharf…the project’s developer is happy with what he has seen so far.”

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Little Bennett Park Wins 2017 Landscapes & Open Spaces Award!!

Little Bennett Regional Park wins the 2017 Montgomery County Planning Department Design & Excellence Award, specifically the Landscapes & Open Spaces Award!!



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ENR MidAtlantic Announces Best Project Winners…

“ENR MidAtlantic is excited to announce that the Best Projects 2017 competition winners have been revealed…”

Bunny Mellon Healing Garden

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The top professional award – the President’s Award – was presented…for Little Bennett Regional Park

“At its annual Awards Gala on May 12, the Potomac Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects recognized 16 projects with professional awards. In addition…”


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In Montgomery County, she is reinventing the public park…

“Last summer, Ching-Fang Chen used a hula hoop to place 249 cylindrical hay bales as a sound wall and art installation at a large but little-known park near Clarksburg, Md…”

Ching-Fang Article Pic

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Disabled Veterans Memorial Shines…

“A new memorial opened last month in D.C., this one honoring Veterans Disabled for Life. I’ve watched its progress from the U.S. Botanic Gardens across the street, and seen it presented to a reviewing agency, so was excited to finally see it open…”

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Area Sidewalks Damaged by Tree Roots to be Repaired with Flexipave

“About a week ago, I was notified that the District of Columbia’s Urban Forestry Administration (UFA) will soon begin work to repair sidewalks that have been damaged by street trees at locations citywide. According to their notification, this work will be completed using a new sidewalk material, a flexible porous paving, which is commonly called flexipave. The citywide locations have all been identified by a UFA Urban Forester or Ward Arborist and were selected based on the damage to the sidewalk and the necessity of using alternate materials to preserve street trees…”

Large Pic Installing Flexi-Pave

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Rocky Run Park Re-opens after Renovation


After a year of extensive renovations, Arlington County’s famous Rocky Run Park re-opened in Spring of 2014. Flexi-Pave was used extensively throughout the park for courtyard areas.

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Flexi-Pave Workers Caught Doing Good


Recently on a dangerously cold day in the Nation’s Capitol some Capitol Flexi-Pave employees were caught in the act. But this was no time for a reprimand. On the contrary, some CFP workers were caught helping a homeless man brave the bitter cold weather. An inspector for DDOT Kevin Enu spotted the compassionate act and quickly snapped this picture. The CFP employees were giving the man hand warmers and gloves to keep his hands from getting frostbitten. It is noteworthy that a great Biblical principal was fulfilled by these men… “Love your neighbor as yourself” – Mark 12:31 and “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” Luke 6:31. It is also worth pondering, that if each of us stopped and took the time to help just one other person each day, the world would be a much better place – as God intended…

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Georgetown Approves Flexi-Pave for Widespread Use in Tree Surrounds


More than a year ago the Georgetown Business Improvement District, DDOT and the Urban Forestry Administration teamed up for a pilot program to install Flexi-Pave in high traffic tree surrounds along M Street in Georgetown. This was significant because Georgetown is a federally protected historic district used by millions or people each year. This heavy foot traffic tramples trees, compacts soils in tree boxes and ultimately kills the street trees. So after carefully monitoring the pilot program during the trial period, The Historic Board, Trees or Georgetown, Casey Trees, DDOT & UFA today approved Flexi-Pave for widespread use throughout Georgetown. Be looking for more tree surrounds to be paved this spring and summer. Read more about it in this article from the Georgetown Dish.

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