Modular, maintainable, and moveable, our unbreakable products eliminate the cost of broken concrete replacement, and reduce trip-and-fall risk. Fast, clean installation lowers labor costs and resource requirements. Our advanced materials result in a high return on investment.

  • • Modular
  • • Maintainable
  • • Moveable
  • • Long Term ROI
  • • Easy Installation
  • • High Performance



Long recognized as the pioneer in “green” pedestrian pavement, our products are pervious and offer many environmental advantages, including storm water management, reduced heat island effect, 100% recycled content, urban tree preservation and low carbon footprint manufacturing. Our products contribute to up to six LEED credits.

  • • Storm Water Management
  • • Low Impact Development
  • • Recycling
  • • LEED
  • • Save Trees
  • • Low Carbon Footprint



Walking is an important part of maintaining an active lifestyle. Our products enable pedestrians to walk on safe, comfortable ADA-compliant sidewalks that aren’t broken or uplifted. Whether for seniors, safe routes to school, sidewalks along rural roads, or everyday urban sidewalks, pedestrians want to walk on our sidewalks.

  • • Senior Safety
  • • Safe Routes to School
  • • Rural Sidewalks
  • • Walkable Community
  • • Walking for Health



Jose Jasso

Jose Jasso

Operations Manager
Jose manages TERRECON, Inc.’s logistics, data management, and customer support.
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Richard Valerio

Richard Valeriano

Richard is the nation’s recognized leader in urban sidewalk solutions.
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Gordon Mann

Gordon Mann

Gordon Mann has over 34 years of experience in urban forestry management.
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We are pleased that the “Earth Friendly Patios” section of the 2014 edition of Black & Decker The Complete Guide to Patios features TERREWALKS®. The editors chose to include TERREWALKS® alongside such industry innovators as Invisible Structures, and AZEK Vast, and Belgard thanks to TERREWALKS® recycled content, lightweight (thus reducing fuel and pollution), and the use of a permeable base. Please check out pages 138-139.