Concrete Paver Pavement in construction is an outdoor floor or superficial surface covering, which is ideal choice for residential, commercial and industrial applications. In landscape architecture pavements are part of the hardscape and are used on driveways, parking lots, sidewalks, etc.,
Interlocking concrete pavers are a sensible and aesthetically attractive choice for all outdoor surfaces. On both vehicular and pedestrian applications pavers have a non-skid surface even when the pavers are wet they are safe to walk or drive a vehicle over them. Pavers are easily maintained by regular sweeping and occasional rinsing. Pavers can be easily removed and replaced for utility repairs.
Residential & Commercial Pavements - Interlocking concrete paver blocks this a special type of paver, also known as a segmental paver, has emerged over the last couple of decades as a very popular alternative. Mostly used for driveways, parking lots, promenades, sidewalks, courtyards, pool decks, patios, streets, and even roof gardens.
Industrial Pavements - Hydraulic pressed concrete paver blocks - this a conventional type of paver, used for heavy vehicle traffic zone like container terminals, ports, docks yards, bus terminal, industrial logistic complexes/parks, bulk cargo handling areas, airport pavements, etc.