Galbraith & Associates, Medford OR

Our firm purchased an older Medford home to transform into our new office. To eliminate the cost of storm sewer connections and to save the root structure of the oak, pervious pavement was chosen as an alternative.



Our firm purchased an older Medford home to transform into our new office. In addition to major building renovations, a parking lot needed to be installed to meet the needs of the firm. To comply with city code regarding drainage and handicap access, a conventional concrete parking lot would have required significant lengths of storm sewer connections and tricky grading solutions. It also would have severely damaged a mature oak tree. To eliminate the cost of storm sewer connections and to save the root structure of the oak, pervious pavement was chosen as an alternative.