Presto Geosystems Menu
Google Translate

The Most Robust Grass Paving System for Turf Protection

Design grass emergency lanes and permeable parking areas with the industry’s toughest performing porous pavement system.  GEOBLOCK®5150 rigid grass pavers provide unparalleled load distribution (up to H-20 loading), a high resistance to rutting and torsional loading stresses, and excellent turf protection.  Topsoil infill and engineered base allow a high rate of stormwater infiltration and offers an excellent growing medium for quick grass growth and grass life.  Less base = less excavation, less fill material, and less cost.  Download our interactive Porous Pavement Design Assistant Tool

Specify GEOBLOCK:  Fire Lanes | Utility Lanes | Parking Areas | Medians & Shoulders | Greenways



GEOBLOCK®5150 Vegetated Porous Pavement Benefits

Best Performing GEOBLOCK® Rigid Porous Pavement Systems
circle icon circle icon circle icon circle icon circle icon circle icon circle icon circle icon circle icon
GEOBLOCK porous grass pavers

Best Turf Protection.

Deeper, interconnected cell walls protect topsoil & vegetative root zone from compaction.

GEOBLOCK porous pavement system

Best Medium for Vegetative Growth.

The GEOBLOCK system’s recommended engineered base with 30% topsoil component/70% aggregate retains water to grow grass faster and thicker-drivable in only 2-3 weeks. Grass grows poorly in sand (required infill for weak rolled products) and requires frequent watering.

GEOBLOCK porous road pavement

Higher Stormwater Infiltration.

The GEOBLOCK system has a 5-10X faster percolation rate and better water storage capacity than rolled products as a result of topsoil infill and engineered base vs. sand infill and road gravel.

GEOBLOCK rigid Porous Pavements

Optimal Load Transfer.

The GEOBLOCK system’s shared wall structure transfers loads better and is strong enough to drive on pre-filled. Flimsy braces between rolled product cells offer little load support, break easily, cannot be driven upon unfilled, and are prone to rutting if driven on in rain.

GEOBLOCK Porous pavement for heavy traffic flow

Resistance to Torsional Loading Stresses.

The GEOBLOCK system’s shared walls system and interlocking tabs create a framework that resists movement or breakage from vehicle turning stresses and torsional loads. Rolled systems fail under torsional loading.

porous paving with GEOBLOCK graphic

Less Base Requirements.

GEOBLOCK pavements require far less base depth than rolled systems. Less base = less cutting, less haul in and out, and less expense.

Ships in Stable, Easy to Handle Pallet Cubes

GEOBLOCK units are shipped in stackable pallet cubes and cover a large area per pallet. Rolled products ship only two rolls per pallet standing on end and are not stackable without damaging connectors. Waste is common due to shipping damage.

Topsoil Infill Easy to Install.

The GEOBLOCK system’s topsoil infill is easy to spread with rakes and lutes. Rolled products lift easily when spreading with rakes and lutes as tools catch on rings. Once lifted, complete removal & replacement is required.

Units Lay Flat.

GEOBLOCK rigid paving units lay flat, yet contour to a site. Units slide together quickly, requiring no stakes. Rolled products won’t lay flat due to the rolled product memory making connector clips difficult to connect.

GEOBLOCK5150 Turf Protection & Load Support Advantages

Large GEOBLOCK5150 porous paving units are designed for maximum load transfer and support, resistance to traffic stresses and maximum turf protection.

  • Maximizes load transfer and distribution of vehicle loads to 80,000 lbs. provided by large rigid surface area and strong interlocking connections.
  • Reduces overall installation costs by requiring less base depth than lighter-weight or rolled pavement systems.
  • High resistance to movement or breakage from vehicle turning stresses and torsional loads.
  • Uses engineered base (toilsoil/aggregate mix) for a growing medium that encourages deeper root growth, healthier grass performance and water retention.
  • Deeper cells prevent topsoil compaction and vegetative damage caused by repeated loadings.
  • Meet green building goals and earn LEED® credits.