Green Survival constructs long life paving projects that could last more than 100 years.
Green Survival understands the various methods of sub base preparation essential for all forms of paving, i.e. road base, stabilised sand or concrete.
Green Survival has been paving since the first paving units were manufactured in Queensland. We know paving is not a new art or science. However, with the new materials and technologies available, paving needs to be done professionally. Green Survival understands that sub base preparation is second only to drainage considerations regardless of the paving units used.
Green Survival has hundreds of professional paving jobs to its credit including Award winning paving from small townhouse courtyards with large precast concrete slabs through to the college ground (pictured) covering thousands of square metres.
Officially named the "Bomb Shelter", Green Survival completed the project during 1992 over a six week period. Not surprisingly, the student union of the Gold Coast University Campus selected the radical colour scheme featuring more than 20,000 Boral concrete unit pavers on a concrete sub base. The overall project included construction of a basketball courts and sand-volley ball arena to international standards.