The original ground stabilization grid system to reduce mud and erosion in high-traffic areas.


  • Reduces operation cost by minimizing excavation
  • Saves on maintenance expenses by decreasing repair times and preventing the aggregate loss
  • Efficient in all types of terrain and climate conditions
  • Installation doesn’t require any specialized equipment or training
  • Increased productivity and site safety
  • Stormwater runoff control
  • Environmentally neutral
  • Provides tree root protection
  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Cost effective paving solution compared to asphalt, concrete, brick and stone

Common Uses

  • Hot Tub Bases
  • Decks and Patios
  • Walkways, Pathways. Bikepaths
  • Storm Water Mitigation
  • Road Meridians and Boulevard Grassed Reinforcement
  • Livestock Protection Surrounding Waterers
  • Embankment and Slope Protection and Erosion Control
  • Helipads
  • Hardscaping Base Stabilization
  • Parking Areas
  • Driveways
  • Road Access
  • Pump Jack Bases
  • Storage Tank Containment Support
  • Loading Facilities
  • Drilling Sites
  • Pipeline Riser and Crossing Support


  • 13" x 13" x 2" units
  • 8 lbs/unit
  • Dimensional stability between -50 and 90 degrees Celcius
  • Available in red, black, grey, brown


  • Site Preparation: Excavate for your sub base. Your depth will be determined by the load requirements of your project.
  • Install Drainage Layer: Place and compact clear or washed gravel of varying size. Your depth will be determined by the load requirements of your project.
  • Lay the Grid: Sheets come in 3x4 sections. It doesn't matter which way the are started, so calculate which way requires less cutting.
  • Fill the Area: For sod, hydroseed or lay sod according to manufacturer specification. For gravel or sand, start at one end of area and rake or sweep in fill material.