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F von Langsdorff Licensing Limited

F. von Langsdorff Licensing Ltd is the licensor of various interlocking concrete paving stones and widely recgonized for their famous UNI Product line.

UNI ORGANIZATION

Membership and Privileges.

Membership in the UNI ORGANIZATION means being part of the largest and most established association of paving stone producers in the world. With membership in this internationally-recognized association comes exclusive licensor services and privileges going far beyond the confines of a typical trade organization.

Other Products

Additional Products.

F. von Langsdorff also licenses other pre-cast concrete products independant of the UNI product line.

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Congratulations to UNI Manufacturer Pavestone for winning a 9th Annual Hardscape North America Commercial Category Permeable Paver project award for their Sea Scout Base in Galveston, TX, featuring Eco-Priora permeable pavers. In addition, they received an Honorable Mention for their Tivoli Plaza, Auraria Campus in Colorado.

As a LEED Gold project, the Sea Scout hardscapes were designed to treat and reuse stormwater runoff rather than discharging it untreated into the adjacent Bayou. 42% of total site hardscape is composed of Eco-Priora permeable interlocking concrete pavers, which, when combined with the infiltration capacity of the native soil and the storage capacity of the pavement profile will successfully treat a majority of Galveston’s rain events.

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The November-December issue of Stormwater Magazine features a Project Profile on the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Pendleton Multiway Boulevard in Washington featuring 70,000 square feet of Eco-Priora permeable pavers produced by Mutual Materials. The Pendleton Avenue roadway improvements include a tree-lined multiway with slow speed access lanes with parallel parking stalls comprised of Eco-Priora® permeable interlocking pavers, wide sidewalks, and rain gardens.

“The rain gardens and permeable pavement have been designed to mitigate 100% of stormwater from one million square feet of surrounding hardscape,” said Eric Schmidt, Landscape Architect and Principal of Cascade Design Collaborative of Seattle, Washington.

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